Premier League champions Liverpool have officially launched their new home shirt for the 2020/21 campaign.
It is the first offering from US sportswear giants Nike, after their multi-million pound deal signed with the Reds earlier in the season.
And the design shows hints of a throwback to yesteryear, with Liverpool returning to a green trim on the collar and cuffs of the shirt for the first time since the early 90s.
Nike, who ousted fellow Americans New Balance to produce the kits for Jurgen Klopp's side, have based their model on that of the 1993/95 design by Adidas.
The reigning English champions have signed a five-year deal with Nike, who are set to release an away shirt and third shirt in the coming weeks, along with two alternate colour goalkeeper shirts.
But those fans hoping to get their hands on the elite tier version of the kit, as worn by the players, may be a little disheartened by the price.
On Friday images circulated of Nike having added the shirt to their online website, where fans could see the 'Vapor Match Home' shirt retailing at £99.95.
A 'stadium home' version of the shirt could also be seen on the site, priced at £69.95.
Nike have ran with the promotional tag line of 'Tell us never, when the world thinks it can't be done, boss it!'
The slogan relates to the club's new found success, after Liverpool finally ended their 30-year to be crowned kings of England once again.
The Nike shirt therefore will sport gold Premier League patches during the coming season, to signify Liverpool's reign as champions.
Liverpool are set to first wear the new kit during pre-season activity, with a full run of Nike training range also set to be released for the club.
Klopp's men will also take the new shirt to Wembley stadium, when they face either Arsenal or Chelsea in the curtain-raiser for next season, the Community Shield final.