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Umbro Away Kit - Now on Sale!

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Umbro Away Kit - Now on Sale!

Posted August 12, 2011

Like Brazil? Love Cowden?

The wait is nearly over! You can get your hands on the new Umbro 'Brazil' style away kit this weekend with the official launch prior to Saturday's home game against fellow promtion hopefuls Brechin City.

Click here to tune into the Blue Brazil TV promotional video.

You can purchase from the Club Shop at Central Park from Saturday 13th August or via our new Online Shop (pre order facility available now).

Don't forget that postage and packing is now only £2.95 for UK orders (reduced from £7)!

Click here to visit the new online shop.

Prices are as follows:

Adult sizes (long sleeves) - £44.99 
Adult sizes (short sleeves) - £39.99 
Kids sizes (long sleeves) - £34.99
Kids sizes (short sleeves) - £29.99

Adult shorts - £16.00
Kids shorts - £15.00

Adult socks - £6.50
Kids socks - £6.50

A number of further leisure products will be available over the coming months.

The new kit deal with world renowned designers Umbro has been brokered by Edinburgh sports kit specialists Football Nation.

The Umbro home and away shirt is made from a 165gm² textured matt polyester with an enhanced underarm construction, twin needle stitch reinforcement on the seams and a clean finished internal construction for improved user comfort. The new shirt is entirely representative of a style which will be worn by teams in the English Premiership.For over 80 years Umbro has been the “kit of choice” for many of football’s greatest clubs, both domestically and internationally, so when it comes to tailoring to your team’s needs you’re in the very best hands with Umbro.

Cowden's home and away kit will be sponsored by Singapore-based Subsea Pressure Controls Ltd. The company operates in the Oil and Gas industry and is managed by Neil Fentie. Neil joined the Cowdenbeath FC Board in October 2010 and provided significant investment towards the cost of the new floodlights at Central Park.

Photography and copyright - Jillian McFarlane.

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