New Liverpool third kit: Liverpool unveil latest bizarre Warrior kit for 2014/15 Premier League season
The new third kit features a red and black striped sache
Liverpool have released their new third kit for the 2014/15 season - and it's another bizarre design from Warrior.
The American sportswear giant, whose sponsorship deal with the Reds began in 2012, have a history for designing some extravagant kits.
But this may be their most infamous design yet.
The black and grey stripe feature is similar to the 2013/14 third shirt, except Warrior's latest design includes a zebra-crossing style sache with a red and black colourway - the same colours as Manchester United - which is likely to irk loyal Liverpool supporters.
Modelled by captain Steven Gerrard, Raheem Sterling and Daniel Sturridge, some eagle-eyed fans may identify the absence of Luis Suarez.
However, under the rules of his four-month ban handed out by FIFA, Suarez is prohibited from taking part in any commercial activity related to football.
Video: Suarez banned for bite
In any case, the Uruguayan is set to seal a £62 million million move to Barcelona, and perhaps he will be glad he doesn't have to wear this kit.
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