Hibernian have unveiled their new away kit for the 2024/25 campaign and have once again opted for a classic look for their change strip.

The club launched its new home kit last month and in a rare deviation from the norm, paired green shorts with the shirt for the first time since the 2008/09 season. Men's first-teamers Josh Campbell, Nathan Moriah-Welsh, and Dylan Vente were involved in the kit launch along with Siobhan Hunter, Micky McAlonie, and Ellis Notley from the women's team. 

The away kit follows a similar trend in that it is all white with minimal green trim. The shirt has a subtle pattern woven throughout with a half-green and half-white collar, thistle on the reverse of the shirt, green Bevvy sponsor, green badge, green Joma logo, and is entirely made from recycled polyester material, while the shorts are all-white with just the club crest and green Joma logo on either leg. The socks are plain white with a green Joma logo. 

The club has also confirmed that the junior version will be released with Utilita Energy as the main sponsor while the away goalkeeper jersey is an aquamarine colourway of the home goalie kit. As well as carrying the Utilita sponsor, junior versions of the goalkeeper jersey have a slightly different pattern to the adult tops.

The Hibs away goalkeeper jerseyThe Hibs away goalkeeper jersey (Image: Hibernian FC)

While Hibs have had a number of predominantly white change kits in the last few years, they haven't had one that is predominantly all-white since the 2009/10 season. Even the white kit worn in 2018/19 had green pinstripes on the shirt and was often paired with dark green shorts.

Hibs can mix and match this season if required, which is something we often see in other leagues to avoid even the most minor of kit clashes. It remains to be seen if that will be the case, however, and will depend on what other teams are wearing in certain fixtures.