TODAY Telegraph Sport unveils the five options that Morton fans will vote upon as they select the club’s new kit for the 2016-17 campaign.

As our exclusive photographs show, designs include two traditional strips and two unique takes on the blue and white hoops, one incorporating the Morton tartan and the other white pin stripes.

The original Nike kit has also been retained, but in the form originally approved by the Ton board, which was a different shade of blue with an embroidered crest and Millions as sponsors.

Due to the tight deadlines, the Cappielow club reached out to custom sportswear companies they had worked with in the past in a bid to request bespoke designs in the necessary timeframe.

Both PSL (Provan Sports Limited) and Vision Outsourcing responded by each providing two jersey options apiece.

As per the Ton board’s specifications, all kits will have an embroidered club badge and white shorts and socks.

Smiths Sports in Greenock will be the official polling station and the vote will be conducted on a traditional election-style basis.

Supporters will be asked to attend the shop in person to inspect the designs, which will be located on the upper floor, before collecting a ballot paper.

Upon the ballot paper they will be asked to write their name and email address and tick the box of their preferred option before posting into the available ballot box.

Voting will commence at 9am tomorrow morning and close at 7.30pm on Monday evening, with Smiths agreeing to extend their opening hours that night to accommodate as many fans as possible.

Votes can be cast at the West Blackhall Street store on Saturday between 9am and 5.30pm, Sunday between 11am and 4pm, and Monday between 9am and 7.30pm.

Ton representatives will be in shop at key times on each of the three days to answer questions and queries supporters may have.

The club have also advised that they considered the merits of online and email voting procedures but decided against that method to ensure, as far as possible, that the selection was not hi-jacked by fans of other clubs.

Once the votes are in they will be tallied by Warren Hawke and Smiths owner Keith Wilson, with the winner announced in next Wednesday’s Telegraph and officially launched in the middle of July.

Prices could not be confirmed at the time of going to press as they will be dependent on the strip that is chosen due to variants in the design affecting the costs involved.

Ton director and former striker Hawke said: “We have provided five strips to vote from, of which four are hoops with two of those more traditional versions.

“There are a few quirky additions and one is a jersey close to the vintage version worn when we won the league 30 years ago.

“One has the Morton tartan through the blue hoops and there is one that is slightly more updated with the yellow panels on the sides.

“Due to the tight timeframe and the catalogues available, it was not logistically possible to have a strip that was both Nike and hoops in the time available.

“There is a Nike option in the vote. This was the expected version and we just thought that if people still want a Nike shirt we would put it in there.

“Ultimately, we have taken the fans' requests and comments on board and on behalf of the club I would like to thank everybody who took the time to get in touch with the club.

“Without their input we probably wouldn’t be where we are now, but we have listened to the supporters and this is just the start of a much closer relationship and communication.

“We want to engage with the fans to ensure there is input. That will be the case on many matters but certainly with regard to the strips for many seasons to come, both home and away.”

In terms of the requirement that votes must be cast in person, he explained: “I think it’s very, very important not just to judge the strip by the visual because a picture can be deceiving.

“You’ve got to come and have a feel of the material to check the quality and have a look at the colours in the flesh, to compare them against each other in a first person context.

“We want to encourage all supporters to come and see the options first-hand and so have made voting in person a requirement.

“Another reason – and the main reason – we haven’t gone for an online vote is that we didn’t want to leave ourselves open to other teams voting in numbers on our strip.

“We felt to do the voting in person at Smiths was the best scenario because we know our fans are passionate about this strip and want to make sure they are the ones to have made the decision.

“I’ve found this whole situation a huge positive step and hopefully it will provide a fantastic foundation to move forward with regards to creating a closer-knit community club at all levels.”