Manchester United fans will have to pay a hefty £192 if they wish to purchase the club's full 'authentic' home strip for the 2018-19 campaign.
The Red Devils unveiled their new kit on Tuesday morning to mixed reviews ahead of the start of their pre-season campaign in the United States.
Reference to the 140th anniversary of the club being founded is made with a train track graphic on the front of the shirt, with United originally being known as Newton Heath Railway Cricket FC.
Purchasing the kit in full will not come cheap, though, as supporters will pay a combined £192.85 to get their hands on the shirt with a name on the back, shorts and socks from the Adidas website.
A replica version, meanwhile, will cost £126.85 from United's official kit supplier when it goes on sale later this week.