Great kit by umbro with his traditional elegant look and his geometrical patterns. After an absence of 16 years, Umbro returned as Wales' kit partner at a time when designs were becoming ever more outlandish, due largely to the growth in replica sales. Shirts were designed with an eye for how they would look worn with jeans on the High Street as much their appearance on the pitch.
Home kit kept the popular all-red look with some discrete trimmings in green and white. The shirt was manufactured with the same fabric also used for England's blue third strip of the period. The away kit was an adventurous business. Basically white, the shirt featured a complicated pattern in green and red over an abstract fabric. The shorts and stockings were identical in design to those of the home set, allowing elements to be mixed and matched if required.