White, pink and yellow are the bold colours that make up Scotland's new away strip ahead of the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign.
The kit by Adidas pays tribute to the national team's past.
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Scotland captain Scott Brown posed in the kit today at the official launch which will be worn by Gordon Strachan's men in Group D where they will face Germany, Poland, Republic of Ireland, Georgia and Gibraltar.
The Scots also face the Poles next week in an international challenge match in Warsaw, where the Tartan Army may get their first glimpse of their team in the alternate outfit.
Inspired by an iconic away strip from the early 90s, the new top, which features red and yellow stripes on a white background, has already sparked debate on social media among fans regarding it's radical look.