To clear up some confusion, there are NO zips on any of the kits. Yes, the style of the shirts, which resemble cycling style shirts, may make it look like there should be a zip present, but there aren’t. If you see any supposed Chelsea shirts for next season that have a zip on it, it is a fake shirt.
After now having received descriptions of the new kits by those who have seen them first hand, I have an update to show how the kits will look like:
The home shirt is based on the ‘cycling top’ template. The blue remains what is now the standard Adidas ‘reflex’ blue for Chelsea home kits. There is no additional white adidas trimming. The shirt seems slim-fitting, which may be a problem for any more ample-sized fans wishing to wear a replica version.
Of the other two shirts, the following is presumably the away shirt as white is a traditional Chelsea away colour. The main feature of the away shirt is the set of black horizontal stripes. Again, it is based on the ‘cycling top’ style.
The away shirt is reminiscent of the 1984-85 away shirt, which was also predominantly white, but also had thin grey/black horizontal stripes.
The main feature of what is presumably the third shirt is the set of grey-blue and charcoal-black horizontal stripes, along with the Chelsea crest, logos and three striped all in the somewhat infamous ‘electric yellow’. The pattern of grey-blue and black horizontal stripes means the away kit will be completely different to the current away kit as it steps away from the traditional Chelsea away colours of yellow or white.