The Blaugrana have broken with tradition by using 'blurred stripes' on their home jersey for the 2012-13 season, while their away kit is a brilliant mix of orange and yellow
Barcelona unveiled their new strips for next season in the city's Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA) on Tuesday morning. Given that there is nothing traditional about the home jersey for the 2012-13 campaign, it was a fitting venue.
Indeed, the club's official website has described it as "a new and daring look" for one of the most iconic shirts in world football and there can be no doubt that the use of "blurred stripes" is going to divide opinion across the globe.
The incredibly colourful orange and yellow away jersey is also something of an assault on the senses, though when it comes to second strips, Blaugrana supporters have at least gotten used to a large degree of experimentation from kit designers over the past decade or so.
However, Goal.com would like to know what you, the fans, have to say about Barca's new jerseys, so please peruse the pictures below and send us your thoughts in the space provided at the foot of the page ...
Breaking with tradition | The Blaugrana have opted for blurred stripes on new home jersey
Pull your socks up | Barca will be out to reclaim La Liga and Champions League in new kit
Charity | The Catalans will again have the Unicef logo on their shirts next season
Blue is the colour | The new goalkeeper's shirt is unlikely to cause too much controversy
Blinding | The second strip is apparently a tribute to the 'dazzling' football Barcelona play
Work of art | One wonders if Barca's new home jersey will fly off the shelves this summer