Welcome to’s Kits of the Month for June! 👕

As you know, we make some absolutely stunning kits here at Kitlocker HQ. And we reckon that it’s a massive shame that most of you never get to set eyes on 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.

Some of the kits leaving the building this month have been a joy to behold. So let’s take a look at some of the best of the bunch 👇

Carlisle United

You might notice a theme in the month’s edition of KOTM. We’ve been dropping Umbro kits with our pro clubs left, right and centre.

Carlisle’s home kit was the first to be revealed and what a belter it is. The design was based on the iconic shirt of the 1974/75 season, the club’s only ever season in the English top flight.

The Cumbrians are celebrating the 50th anniversary of that famous season and doing so in style we reckon. It was a pleasure to shoot the kit launch with some of the stars of those heady days, alongside current players.

Candi United

Indivisa are one of the most prominent champions of the women’s game across social media and have built a network of grassroots clubs in their mission to help grow the sport.

As part of their mission they’ve sponsored the kits of a number of clubs in conjunction with us. All of the kits are individually designed and pretty damn beautiful if we say so ourselves. Here’s the latest one, for Candi United. For more, check out the INDIVISA socials.

Cambridge United

It was a tight call whether to include Cambridge’s home or away kit from this season. But despite the home kit being a stone cold stunner, it’s the change strip that’s really got people talking.

They’re a well educated lot down there in Cambridge, so we’ll let them describe the design for you: 

“The eye-catching vibrant away shirt was initially inspired by the plethora of water lilies along the River Cam, with the imagination growing further afield to an aqua-inspired floral baroque design, which can often be seen in far-eastern pottery.”

All we know is, it’s a work of art and our design team have really knocked this one out of the park.

Yorkshire Disability Cricket

Yorkshire Disability Cricket compete against other counties from around the UK in the Northern Group of the S9 Softball competition.

The team’s aim is to encourage all those with either physical or learning disabilities to get involved in playing cricket in a welcoming and fun environment.

As part of our Kitunlocker campaign we were able to produce these stunning Nike shirts to showcase the teams identity and give them that professional feel every time they take to the pitch. The Yorkshire rose is sublimated into the jersey’s for that real bespoke element.

Keep your eyes peeled for more content with these guys soon.

Boston United

We’ve been working with our friends at Boston United for many years now and we’ve created some lovely shirts together in that time. But none come close to the Umbro ones of the last couple of years. And we reckon this one is the best yet.

When the Pilgrims won their historic promotion from the National League back in 2002 they were rocking very similar stripes. Let’s hope history repeats itself!

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

Plus, keep your eyes peeled for kits of the year, coming soon 👀

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