The Reds have made a habit of using daring colours in their away and alternate strips in recent years.
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And this latest effort certainly catches the eye.
The ‘bold citrus’ design makes use of black details and, according to New Balance, is inspired by ‘the original wooden signage of the famous Kop stand’.
It has a commemorative 96 emblem on the neck as a mark of respect to the victims of the Hillsborough disaster.
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And it also features a special crest to mark the 125th anniversary of the Merseyside club.
Liverpool will wear the kit for the first time during their Premier League Asia Trophy meeting with Crystal Palace on Wednesday.
Of the strip, Adam Lallana said: “Scoring in front of the Kop is the best feeling in the world. It’s a special place for the whole LFC family so it’s brilliant to see a kit inspired by it.
“It definitely stands out, I like it and will be a nice reminder of the Kop every time we wear it.”
Click through the gallery above to see images of Liverpool’s third kit for the 2017/18 season.
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