All three of News Shopper’s big league local teams have now unveiled their kits for next season, and there seems to be a trend towards tradition and simplicity.

Crystal Palace and Millwall have both gone for tasteful, plain numbers that evoke their clubs’ rich histories.

For the Eagles, that means a return to the close stripes and a yellow away kit.

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The Lions have dropped this year’s pinstripes to shoot for a bold dark blue, with some understated white detailing on the shoulders and the words ‘Let em come’ on the back of the neck.

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Both classic, sponsorless shirts are produced by Macron, so the similarities are probably no surprise.

Bucking the trend is Charlton. The Addicks’ Nike offering is a little bit different, a little bit retro with a 90s-style chevron that’s a little bit like something you would expect to see in Rugby League.

They’ve also gone for plenty of names on the fabric, with University of Greenwich on the front of the shirt, Andrews Air Conditioning on the back and Mistubishi on the shorts.

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