I'm not sure if the design at the bottom of this shirt is meant to resemble anything in particular. To me it sort of looks like a junkie's carpet. Regardless of that, this is another example of the latest trend of Lotto shirts that have weird and wonderful designing. Black and red is pretty common combination so it's good to see a team making their own mark on this. I'm not a fan of the bottom, curved section of the latest Lotto shirts, as the shirts are already on the smaller side for a medium. If I was buying this shirt to wear, then I'd most likely go for a size up on the one I would regularly go for. I doubt this shirt design will come around for some time, so I'm happy I managed to get his shirt when I did.
Design Rating: 8/10
Rarity Rating: 9/10
RANDOM CLUB FACT
The owl, associated with an architectural detail at the Church of Notre-Dame of Dijon, is a symbol of the city. The club's first logo featured Dijon's Guillaume Gate (Place Darcy) with an owl in the foreground. In the 2006 version the owl was shown in full flight, while the Guillaume Gate gave way to a plain red background, in line with the team's new home kit. The owl is shown opening its wings to represent V for victory. Between the wings appears "1998", the date of the club's foundation in its modern form, and at the top 'DFCO' and 'Dijon Football Côte d'Or'. The current logo is an updated version of 2006's, with the words 'Dijon Football Côte d'Or' having disappeared, leaving only 'DFCO' and '1998' written in white on the red background.