There are some clubs whose away kits are almost as familiar as their home strips.
But Stoke City have gone through all kinds of colours over the decades, with greens, yellows and blues all being used for different campaigns.
Some have flown off the shelves – the baby blue change strip from 2016/17 was one of the club’s all-time top sellers – and some have been stinkers.
Some still divide opinion – we’re looking at you the purple haze top worn by Stoke’s title-winners of 1992/93.
As we wait to find out what Stoke will wear on the road next season, we have dusted off photographs of 28 of the different away kits that have been worn since 1990 for possible inspiration.
Fans have been getting in touch with their own hits and misses.
Matt Bloor said: “We’ve gone from the sublime to the ridiculous in some of our away shirts. Some belters there, but also some horror shows.”
You can give a thumbs up to ones that pass muster and a thumbs down to those which make you want to cover your eyes. Forget the players who pulled on these tops and just look at the tops themselves, as well as shorts and stockings.