Bairns unveil new kits at Falkirk fashion show

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Falkirk have released their kits for season 2012-13 - and are aiming for a golden season to add to this season's silverware.

Kit manufacturers Puma created a brand new colour entitled 'Brockville Gold' for the Bairns away strip - which is a throwback to the 1994 era of Richard Cadette, and Davie Weir.

The new home strip also has undertones of seasons gone by and is not too dissimilar to the shirts modelled by Russell Latapy, Neil Scally and Craig MacPherson when the club's main sponsor was Budvar.

Central Demolition are back on board for the new season again, and will adorn the front of the shirts with Clark Eriksson on the back.

Strips are tighter this year, a streamlined effect requested by boss Steven Pressley - to avoid jersey-pulling, not in reflection of his squad.

The Bairns will wear the home shirt for the fiirst time on Saturday in the final home match of the season against Ayr United at The Falkirk Stadium - and the home gear is on sale that day.

The gold away kit is available to pre-order before hitting the shelves on June 1.

For pricing and ordering instructions see here