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League One away kits 2015/16 rated and rankedSign up to FREE email alerts from CoventryLive dailySubscribeWhen you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingSee ourprivacy noticeWith colourful combinations, hideous hues, odd and influential patterns and asymmetrical designs, change strips attempt to offer an alternative to the traditional blue and red strips of many a football club.Across the four divisions in English league football, each side has been busy releasing and marketing their change strips for the forthcoming season and Sky Bet League One is no different.Story LinkRead MoreLeague One home kits 2015/16 rated and rankedCoventry City FC will wear their new red change kit for the first time on Tuesday, 11 August, against Rochdale at Spotland.Here are the other away kits from City rivals. Who has the best?24 and 23. Fleetwood Town and Peterborough United The Cod Army are yet to release details of their change strips for the 2015 16 Sky Bet League One season.Likewise, Posh have yet to reveal details of their Nike effort.22. Southend United Stop trying to make luminous and fluorescent shirts happen. If we wanted high visibility, we go down Tollbar Island and look at the roadworks.21. Walsall Horrendous.That the only word to sum up Walsall alternative shirt, which manages to seamlessly blend barcode and ink spill into some sort of detestable ensemble which no football fan or any human being, actually can admire.20. Burton Albion Burton retain the away kit which served them so well during promotion last season.It will undoubtedly become a classic because of this fact, but that doesn stop it looking like a Newcastle United shirt in the middle of depression.19. BuryBury home shirt is exceptional, but the asymmetric pattern on the change shirts is unwanted and unnecessarily clutters the royal blue affair.The less said about the charcoal grey socks and shorts, which are reminiscent of a public schoolboy the better.18. Sheffield United The Blades impressed with their retro home shirt, but their away kit has left fans scratching their heads and praying that it won be used too often.The shade which is akin to the gunge used on Get Your Own Back is nauseating.17. Blackpool Fair play to the Tangerines for trying something new with the cuffs and the collar for the 2015/16 season, but the colour scheme is massively disappointing after the strength of the home kit.