Lincoln City have reverted to their traditional red and white stripes for the new season.
After ditching last season's predominantly red shirt, which was given a mixed reception on its unveiling, a return to a recognised design has been given a seal of approval by the players.
Adam Smith and Gary Mills both modelled the kit as it was unveiled on Monday.
It was clearly a hit with some of David Holdsworth's squad who played in it for the first time at Worksop last night.
Writing on his Twitter account, goalkeeper Paul Farman said: "Seen the kit people, looking good!"
And responding to a fan's question about opinion on the shirt, new midfielder Gary Mills said: "Yes it is nice. The boys like it."
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