Arsenal’s away kit for the 2016/17 season appears to have been leaked online, with images emerging of a yellow and navy kit that resembles our 2013/14 kit in many ways. The leaks come from the notoriously reliable footyheadlines, and where football kits are concerned they normally get it right.
The 13/14 kit was incredibly popular, and although it used classic Arsenal colours, it was different from anything we’d seen before. The collar and cut of the shirt was definitely a move away from the norm, and while this new kit isn’t in exactly the same style, there’s definitely some resemblances.
As you’d expect from a kit with such similarities to the popular 13/14 iteration, the shirt leaked online has been met with overwhelming positivity. It’s a definitely an attractive kit, although arguably the navy could do with being a little bluer – similar to the 13/14 season.
We haven’t necessarily had the best kits over the last few seasons, as many have been a bit hit and miss. This season’s third kit in particular is absolutely horrible, and the bad luck we’ve had while wearing it suggests the players don’t like playing in it any more than we like watching it.
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Hopefully this is the away kit for next season, as really we could do a lot worse than this based on what we’ve seen in the past.