Wrexham will play in all red shirt next season following an online vote by the club's co-owners.
The Conference club asked the club's almost 4,000 co-owners to help select the kit for next season.
Over 1,200 took part in a poll which gave fans the option of an all red or a red and white striped shirt as their home strip for the 2015/2016 season.
Fans also voted in favour of a yellow change shirt rather than a blue and white stripped kit.
The Conference side have worn a red and black hooped shirt this season to mark the club's 150th anniversary.
Wrexham has been wholly owned by the club's supporters since a successful buy-out in December 2011.
"Fan engagement is one of our key objectives. These people own the club - 4,000 of them," chief executive Don Bircham said.
"The major football decisions have to be made by the football board and I think everybody understands that's a professional approach to running a football board.
"But where we can involve the fans we do so."