Usually, Liverpool kits are pretty on point.
Barring the early Under Armour kits (think Luis Suarez-era kits – vile), they’ve had some belters over the years.
Reebok and Adidas manufactured most of their retro kits, and Carlsberg and Candy ensured their kits had a classy sponsor to match.
Back in 1994, Liverpool launched a kit that, on paper, sounded like a disgrace.
It was yellow, it was brash and it had a weird Liverpool-badge effect running through it.
But looking back at this ugly kit now fills us with warm and fuzzy nostalgia.
It was Liverpool’s away kit between 1994 and 1996, and it was worn by some truly remarkable players.
Steve McManaman, Jamie Redknapp and, of course, Robbie Fowler donned this yellow farce for two seasons, and they made it look fantastic.
It’s amazing how kits can age. At the time, Liverpool fans must have been disgusted to see their players wearing the monstrous yellow garb, but now it looks absolutely banging.
Fowler racked up 28 goals in the 1995-96 season, in part wearing this bad boy. It can’t have been all bad.