The "heritage sash" has divided opinion amongst the Spurs' faithful, with some enjoying the new element to the shirt, while others likening it to the Thunderbirds or Miss World.
The club will wear the shirt for the first time tomorrow for their final home game of the season against Hull City.
The release reads: "As with all Under Armour teamwear, the new kit is made of HeatGear material. Weighing just 107 grams and containing the brand’s quick-drying technology alongside Under Armour’s signature Moisture Transport System, moisture is wicked away from the body ensuring that players always stay dry. Lightweight fabric with built-in four-way stretch improves mobility and accelerates dry time, while strategic ventilation built into the shirt at key points where the body most commonly releases heat allows for optimum coolness, even in the harshest weather conditions."
Here are some of the best reactions to the new shirt
Latest pictures of Tottenham's new stadium unveiled.. pic.twitter.com/cj71chHJiCJames Mariner (@MarinerIndy) May 15, 2015
I think the sash works quite nicely. pic.twitter.com/fZndJ45cuTLiquid Spurs (@LiquidSpurs) May 15, 2015
For a club that has never had a sash on their kit before, I'm not sure how it can be described as 'heritage'. pic.twitter.com/XIeliraYnPOllie Davis (@Ollie_Davis) May 15, 2015
LEAKED: Tottenham away kit for 2015/2016 (official match day replica hat is optional) pic.twitter.com/HNj79WatNPBen Salvi (@bensalvi23) May 15, 2015
Why does Tottenham's kit have a brownie sash? Do they get badges when they scoreAmi Follos (@amifollos) May 15, 2015
I might be in the minority but I actually like the new Spurs home shirt for next season I like the sash.Jamie Roberts (@jamleeroberts) May 15, 2015
New Spurs kit is cool big sash FTPJack Burgoyne (@JackBurgoyne18) May 15, 2015
The shirt was unveiled by star striker Harry Kane, who has today been linked with a £45m transfer to Manchester United.Reuse content