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Footie fans shocked by Balenciaga’s new 1990s-style baggy kits — which cost more than £7,000

FOOTIE fans have been left shocked by new 1990s-style baggy kits — which cost more than £7,000.

Fashion house Balenciaga’s outfits feature a generic club crest on the top and shorts.

Socks will cost you £150

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Socks will cost you £150
A cool £1,050 for the footie top

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A cool £1,050 for the footie top
It's £750 for these baggy shorts

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It’s £750 for these baggy shorts

The pricey gear comes in black, white, red, yellow and pink — mimicking strips of some of the leading Premier League clubs.

The red is a dead ringer for Liverpool, while the white is strikingly like Tottenham Hotspur.

The black and pink are similar to the away kits of Crystal Palace and Fulham respectively.

But buyers are warned the outfit is dry clean only and over-sized, so they should buy a size down.

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The jersey, with the number 10 on the back, costs £1,050 and features the names of cities and areas where the collection is being sold including Mayfair and Tokyo.

Shorts are £750 while a matching tracksuit jacket is £2,190 and trousers are £1,390.

A cap is £350 while socks are also available for £150.

A scarf will set you back £450 while trainers come in at £850.

But fans were not impressed. One said: “Premier League clubs are criticised for over-charging fans for their kits but this just takes the biscuit. And it looks ridiculous.

“I’m not sure you’re going to see too many dads and lads down the park wearing these.

“You’d need to be fairly well built and about 7ft tall to fill these ones out.”

In the 1990s baggy kits were fashionable but in recent years skin-tight has become the favoured look.

You'll need to part with £2,200 for this jacket

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You’ll need to part with £2,200 for this jacket
It's £450 for the scarf shown here

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It’s £450 for the scarf shown here
Cap it all with this headwear for £350

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Cap it all with this headwear for £350

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