Worn by the likes of Gary Lineker and Alan Smith, this shirt remains a firm fans' favourite.
This was arguably the most notorious kit in the Club's history.
The 1985-1986 home shirt lasted just one season.
In the third year of their sponsorship with Ind Coope, the Club abandoned the all-green kit for a red one.
This was the first shirt worn by Foxes legend Steve Walsh.
In a relegation season, City won just two matches wearing this shirt.
This was the first shirt emblazoned with 'Walkers' - a deal which lasted 14 years.
The Walkers deal only happened because Bostik pulled out at the last minute.
This was the first-ever yellow Leicester City shirt.
The 1988 shirt was produced by London-based Scoreline Promotions.
This red design was worn in 22 matches across two seasons.
Unusually, City changed the design half-way through the 89-90 season to this.
The white away kit was only worn twice between 1989 and 1990.
Tony James scored a goal against Oxford in this shirt to prevent relegation.
Only three games were won wearing this red strip.
The 1991/92 season away shirt featured a red trim.
Steve Walsh scored a dramatic Play-Off final winner against Derby in this shirt.
Goal-scorers in this shirt include Julian Joachim and Bobby Davison.
City wore this in the Play-Off Semi-Final against Portsmouth.
Leicester made their Premier League debut in this blue home shirt.
This kit's first season ended in relegation from the top flight.
While the colours of this shirt are notable, it was also only the fourth time the badge had been central.
This shirt is associated with City's first two seasons back in the Premier League, including a League Cup triumph.
This shirt was worn nine times by Martin O'Neill's side.
The yellow strip of 96-98 was worn twice, at Sheffield Wednesday and Blackburn Rovers.
This was the first City shirt worn by Gerry Taggart and Frank Sinclair.
The Fox Leisure shirts were hugely popular with Foxes fans.
This shirt's first season was Martin O'Neill's last.
This shirt was very similar to the Fox Leisure design of previous seasons.
City were relegated to Division One in this kit, starting the season under Peter Taylor.
The only City players who scored in this shirt were Ade Akinbiyi and James Scowcroft.
This shirt was worn during relegation from and promotion to the Premier League.
City moved into King Power Stadium wearing this shirt.