Welcome to Kitlocker.com’s Kits of the Month for July!

As you know, we make some absolutely beautiful kits here at Kitlocker HQ. And we reckon that it’s a crying shame most of you never get to see them. So we’re giving some of our favourites the attention they deserve on a monthly basis.

If your kit hasn’t been included please don’t be offended. It’s probably just because we didn’t get chance to take any snaps before shipping out your order. Send us some pics if you think we’ve missed a banger of a kit and we might feature it in the following month’s list.

Bottesford Town

We’re kicking off this month’s KOTM with this cracker from our friends down at Bottesford.

They’ve used the hugely popular Nike Park Derby III shirt a the base. The midnight navy and tour yellow colour combo works so well. And they’ve enhanced that by matching it up with a yellow diagonal sash, courtesy of #PowerUp.

13 FC

Hartlepool’s 13 FC are rocking Puma this season and doing so in style.

We reckon the sponsor print says it all. This has to be one of the freshest pairs of kits in the northeast. They’ve gone for the Inter Milan style Puma Striped jersey and eye-catching Puma Ultimate jersey.

Boston United

National League North side Boston United have been partners of ours since the early days of Kitlocker, and in that time we’ve produced some amazing kits together.

Their new away shirt has to be up there with the best. The way that they’ve switched their crest and sponsor prints to white in order to match up to the shirt’s detail works soooo well.


South Shields FC

South Shields are one of the Northeast’s most successful non-league football clubs. This season they’ve got two kits to match their pedigree, with their home shirt featuring in last month’s KOTM.

Their new away shirt is difficult to miss. It is bright, bold and nicely topped off with a stylish blackout team crest.

Grenfell Athletic

We’ve spoken so much about this fantastic club in recent months. But if you’re unfamiliar with them, check out our podcast with founders Rupert Taylor and Andy Fowler.

This month they launched their new kit, the proceeds of which will be pumped back into the club and community, with a kit amnesty.

And what a kit it is. Just look at the dragon wrapped around the Nike swoosh. That little touch got A LOT of people talking. Plus, you’re unlikely to see a better designed crest anywhere in grassroots football.

Get in Touch 🗣

Like what you see? Maybe you could be in next month’s edition of Kits of the Month…

Click the link below or get in touch with our team at [email protected] to get the ball rolling on your new kit.


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