Arsenal's new adidas home kit for next season has been leaked
All Arsenal adidas kits have been mint.
Arsenal had some decent kits during the days that Nike were manufacturing them, particularly those donned during the 1990s, and some of the Puma kits - particularly this season's - have been easy on the eye.
But the adidas kits worn by the Gunners in the 1980s and early 1990s were iconic.
Take the absolutely cracking home number below for example, featuring an adidas logo at the bottom of the V-neck, to the red and black chevrons on the sleeve, and the classic JVC sponsor, it is just beautiful.
The yellow and navy kit below is also beautiful in its simplicity, and the red lining just takes it over the top.
It's these sort of kits that meant Arsenal fans were mostly over the moon when the news emerged last year that the club had signed a new £300 million deal for Adidas to manufacture their kits.
Yes, some of Adidas' more recent attempts with Manchester United have been a little hit and miss, but it's very difficult to mess up Arsenal's red and white with the three white stripes on the sleeve. Surely.
Well, if these new leaked photos of what is purported top be Arsenal's new kit are correct, Gunners fans actually have a lot to look forward to for the new season.
To be fair, it's very simple. It features a round neck and appears to have no pattern on it, but it's Adidas and it's red and white, so Arsenal fans are sure to be happy.
— Pierce Hughes (@PierceHughes18) March 15, 2019