After plenty of speculation and faked designs, Arsenal has officially revealed photographs of their new football kit for the 2010-11 season.
As revealed two days ago, Arsenal’s new home shirt is a classic retro design that is very reminiscent of the same shirt that Arsenal won the 1970-71 double in. The new Arsenal jersey features a white rounded collar, white sleeves, red cuffs and the famous red shirt.
Designed and manufactured by Nike, the new Arsenal home jersey features Dri-Fit fabric, which claims to be 13 per cent lighter than previous kits. Plus, similar to many of the new shirts from Nike, the shirt is made from recycled plastic bottles.
UPDATED: More images of the new Arsenal home jersey can be found after the jump.
What do you think of the new Arsenal kit? Judging by the above photographs, it looks like an instant classic to me and will definitely be a big hit worldwide. The classic design is a classic for a reason. It’s clean, simple, attractive and traditional. Hats off to Arsenal and Nike for a simple but beautiful design.
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