The new white away kit draws inspiration from the club's classic white designs worn by the 'Busby Babes'
Manchester United have unveiled their new away kit for the 2015-16 season.
The Old Trafford outfit ended their association with Nike on Friday, July 31 kicking off their new £750million world record deal with the adidas.
The new white away kit draws inspiration from the club's classic white designs worn by the 'Busby Babes' in the 1960s.
Just like the home kit, the new while strip features a v-neck cut collar and also has three stripes down the shoulders.
According to adidas, they have ensured that the shirt is lightweight and involves new breathable technology to help enhance player performance.
Manchester United will wear the shirt when they travel to Aston Villa on Friday August 14 for their second league game of the season.
Manchester United’s new kits are under the motto 'Breaking Expectations'.
"We have been on a real journey in creating these new kits. It is with the iconic kits of the past that we drew our inspiration from," Adidas designer Inigo Turner said.
"We have aimed to break expectations by re-engineering simple but impactful design features such as classic v-neck collar and the iconic three-stripe detailing down the arms as our commitment to giving United a truly ground-breaking kit."