Sunderland released their new kit this weekend, but could it offer a glimpse into what Brentford's may look like?
The north east club unveiled their kit for the upcoming season yesterday which is made by Adidas, the same kit manufacturer that supplies Brentford.
They also play in red and white stripes, and this season's kit features A LOT more stripes than last season's, with Sunderland and Adidas going down a more pinstripe kind of look than the previous year's one.
It has been met with a mixed reaction by the Sunderland fans, with some hating their latest addition.
Brentford have gone down the thinner stripes path in the past, with Puma offering one in the 2011/12 season, while the latest kits have all featured thicker stripers.
Have a look at the comparisons below and let us know what kind of kit you'd want to see the Bees playing in next season.
Sunderland's latest offering
And Harlee Dean wearing the 2011/12 Brentford kit
Dawdon Welfare Park in red and white stripes
And Myles Weston in red and white stripes
What do you make of Sunderland's kit and would you like to see something similar at Girffin Park this season?
What do you make of the Sunderland kit?
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