Blues fans will get their first glimpse of the new home kit for the 2014/15 campaign at the opening game of the season at Newport County on Saturday 9th August.
Developed by official kit supplier Kukri, the new kit will bear the logo of the club's new primary sponsor Beechdean, who have agreed a two-year sponsorship of both the home and change shirts.
Based locally near Speen, Beechdean, the UK's largest farm based ice cream producer, has been a major partner of the club for a number of years, including the sponsorship of a stand at Adams Park, the club's home ground.
Beechdean owner and Wanderers chairman Andrew Howard commented: "A new kit always brings suspense and intrigue amongst the fanbase and we think it will be a great way to kick off the new season when the players walk out wearing a shirt which has never been seen before.
"I have been delighted with Beechdean's involvement with the club over a number of years and I'm proud that the opportunity has come for us to enter into this new, prestigious partnership."
Neil Latimer, Key Account Manager at Kukri, said: "Once again we have relished the challenge of developing a new kit for Wycombe Wanderers and we strongly believe it's one that the supporters will love.
"The light and dark blue quarters are one of the most recognisable shirts in football and we hope to see fans wearing the new kit up and down the country as they follow the team home and away."
The club can confirm that the new home kit will be worn for a duration of two years, in line with its charter. Details of when it will be available to purchase will be published on wwfc.com in the coming days.
The design of the change kit will remain the same as the 2013/14 campaign, but with Beechdean’s logo replacing that of the former sponsor.