A new crest was launched, with an oak tree rather than a serpent now the main feature.
Pitman-Moore were replaced by building company Tegral, but otherwise the strip was identical.
New GAA corporate logo included, though oddly coloured in the un-Kildare-like blue and gold.
Long-sleeved shirt, with extra black trim on the neck and GAA logo now red and black.
New, modern-type wrapover neck replaced the old 'V' style, while the O'Neills name was now included too.
O'Neills wordmark replaced Guaranteed Irish logo on long-sleeved shirt.
Black trim disappeared, leaving kit completely white apart from the necessary markings.
Long-sleeved version of new, completely-white kit.
On first glance, not much change, but further examination reveals large shadow crest on the body of the shirt.
Long-sleeved version.
Massive changes by Kildare standards - a brand-new crest with a stylised St Brigid's Cross and raglan sleeves with the crest and county name on them.
Long-sleeved edition of new shirt. A new shorts style had also been introduced, with the crest featuring for the first time.
Collar updated to O'Neills' new style.
Front numbers added,
Subtle changes again. The shadow crest disappeared, a V-neck replaced the traditional collar and the sleeves now had the county name travelling vertically and also thre small stripes.
Rarely seen long-sleeved jersey, with the stripes going all the way to the cuff. Worn only by the county's hurlers as far as we can ascertain.
New shorts with three navy stripes, jarring with the rest of the look.
Another shorts change, this time to a more traditional style.
Another change, with two asymmetrical green stripes now the only trim elements. Also, Tegral opted to push their slates on their logo.
Kildare's long association with Tegral came to a conclusion at the end of 2012. The existing jerseys were worn in the opening O'Byrne Cup games in '13 before Brady Family Ham were announced as the new sponsors prior to the final against the Dublin. Maroon now a trim colour.
Change shirts have been a rarity for Kildare over the year, but a league trip to Waterford in '04 saw this green strip called into action.
New-style change shirt worn against Derry in the league.
Another change in design, this time a unique style with navy also featuring as a trim colour. Worn against Tyrone in All-Ireland quarter-final.
Same shorts changes as white shirt. Unusually, Kildare opted to change against Antrim in their drawn qualifier and replay, amid fears the white and saffron would clash in the evening light. Also worn against Derry, and Tyrone in the 2011 league.
Again, the shorts were the only difference. Another championship meeting with Derry provided an opportunity to wear it.
Brand-new design, interestingly featuring navy shorts and socks. Worn in league outings against Tyrone, Monaghan and Derry, and the final against the Red Hands.
Though Kildare wore white when hosting Tyrone in the league, when the counties met in the semi-final both lined out in alternative colours. Again Kildare wore green, the design the same as the new strip, though navy trim replaced maroon.
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