Images have surfaced online that claim to show Arsenal’s new Puma home and away kits for the 2015/16 season.
Puma only signed up as the club’s shirt and sportswear manufacturer last summer as the club ended a 20-year association with Nike for a more lucrative deal with the German company securing £30 million per season over a five-year contract.
Puma’s first offering, our current kits, have been dutifully received as a classy return to the Arsenal of old – this if we forgive them that the Red is slightly to bright going on fluorescent, and let’s not get started on the blue kit.
And it appears Puma are going for a similar style again this season but providing a more classier feel through white and gold trim on the arm cut-offs and even a hint of a polo neck on the collar.
The Blue kit still looks like it’s remain, however, and the bottom half looks more like a plaid skirt from the 1970s then a footballing shirt.
Though, it is hard to fully make out so it could just be a colour trick on par with the white and gold or blue and black dress that divided the internet – we can only hope.
See the image below: