The kit sticks to the usual red base color and includes white and black stripes everywhere, but these are much more subtle than initially feared.
The United house band, made by Adidas, includes the brand logo and their famous three bands on the arm.
Chevrolet continues to be the club sponsor, and its logo is central to the jersey.
United will once again wear white shorts and should wear white socks as opposed to the black ones they used that term.
The Red Devils exterior stripe is an inherited green color with a shirt motif.
United fans may have to wait longer than usual to see the kit in action, but the current season is set to continue.
The coronavirus pandemic has suspended football for months across Europe.
The Premier League season would have already come to an end if things had stayed on schedule, but as it stands, they have more than 90 games to finish.
United still has a lot to do on the current campaign and it is unclear whether they are putting their new strip in the Champions League or not.
They are on the heels of Chelsea in fourth position as they envision a return to the top of Europe.
But if they miss, they can still qualify through the Europa League, where they have a foot in the bottom eight after a complete victory over LASK in their last game before football stops.