Is a fruit salad? A refresher? A rocket ice lolly? 1980s children's television character Pob? No! It's Scotland's new away kit.
Some people love it, some people hate, but the new Scotland away shirt, launched today, has certainly got social media abuzz.
The pink and yellow hoops might look unusual, but they have been worn by Scotland in the past.
Scotland have previous in pink having famously donned this little number during a famous 1-0 friendly win in Germany 15 years ago with Don Hutchinson scoring the solitary goal of the game.
For they are the colours of Lord Rosebury – who was a patron of the game in Scotland in the early days of the sport in the 1880s – and Scotland actually wore yellow and white stripes for three years after the Second World War.
The last time they wore the latest colours was way back in 1949 when they beat France 2-0 at Hamden Park.
The new kit launch certainly brought some funny comparisons and comments though – as you can see below!
— Andy McGeady (@andymcgeady) February 26, 2014
Scotland's new away kit is a Rocket ice lolly. pic.twitter.com/cpcGBeJUqq
— Eliot Rothwell (@EliotRothwell) February 26, 2014
That new Scotland away kit has 'Blue Peter Competition Ages 7-10 Category Runner-Up' written all over it.
— Chris Addison (@mrchrisaddison) February 26, 2014
Scotland unwrap new away football kit pic.twitter.com/3kzJqOfAez
— James Dart (@James_Dart) February 26, 2014
But what do you think? A funny, interesting kit? Or a hideous mess? Leave your fashion reviews below.