Brand new pics of the 2015/16 home kit

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Via a little birdie comes a couple of new pictures of next season’s home kit.

We were going to watermark them, but maybe if we just asked all the people who will take them and put them on Facebook, Twitter or their own website to either credit this post or our Twitter account – @arseblognews – they might view that as a fair deal.

Up to you folks.

Arsenal 2015/16 home kit
Arsenal 2015/16 home kit
Arsenal 2015/16 home kit
Arsenal 2015/16 home kit
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Gooner572
Gooner572
5 years ago

COLLAR!

La Défense
La Défense
5 years ago
Reply to  Gooner572

Sanchez will pop that collar.

James vagaBond
5 years ago
Reply to  La Défense

Collar is already popped!

GoonerN16
5 years ago
Reply to  Gooner572

I’m liking that collar, smart.

David C
David C
5 years ago
Reply to  Gooner572

very priestly as well

David C
David C
5 years ago
Reply to  David C

perhaps to please the injury Gods!

Javis
Javis
5 years ago

I like it, a lot. Smart design with the button. This was the one which was doing the rounds, so you’d expect the away one that was floating about to be pretty much identical too..

amar
amar
5 years ago

Its still got that silly plastic badge

AN other
AN other
5 years ago

Not much sure about it but will end up buying it anyway.

CB
CB
5 years ago
Reply to  AN other

Red with white sleeves.

Exciting…

Jack's Right Foot
Jack's Right Foot
5 years ago

Looks authentic as fuck that does. Nice.

GoonerFromTheEast
GoonerFromTheEast
5 years ago

30 Mil > Nike > Puma

cesc van pushy
5 years ago

looks pretty loose by puma standards.

Yqfgooner
Yqfgooner
5 years ago
Reply to  cesc van pushy

Players’ version will be tighter I’d guess

Flambo
Flambo
5 years ago
Reply to  cesc van pushy

It’s skin tight, not sure if you saw but there was a photo floating round twitter a few days ago, after Arsenal “accidentally” put up a video which had Rambo wearing it in the background, however they quickly took down the video once they realised the mistake.

Hessojay
Hessojay
5 years ago

Beautiful

Arsene's zip
Arsene's zip
5 years ago
Reply to  Hessojay

My Nike shirt from 2 years ago is still in good nick, having been worn a lot.

My Puma one from this season has the badge hanging off and it says Fl Emira. Half the letters came off in the second wash.

Cheap shit.

SommerMatt
SommerMatt
5 years ago
Reply to  Arsene's zip

Well, *MY* Nike shirt from two seasons ago has tons of pulls and snags. My Puma shirt from this season looks 90% as good as it did when I bought it in September (I’ve washed it at least a dozen times since then).

Tazmanian Jesus
Tazmanian Jesus
5 years ago
Reply to  Arsene's zip

The quality of the Fly Emirates logo doesnt have anything to do with the shirt.

Sounds like yours werent printed on with enough heat.

Really doubt Puma puts that logo on themselves.

Ive worked a few years with this, doing football shirts for more or less my whole region in Norway…its real boring work..

Dt
Dt
5 years ago

Didn’t realize Tasmania was in Norway?

NSW forever!
NSW forever!
5 years ago
Reply to  Dt

Tasmania is nowhere. Nowhere interesting anyway…

DanishGooner
DanishGooner
5 years ago

-but not too bad for Norway, is it??? 🙂

Cobain
Cobain
5 years ago
Reply to  Arsene's zip

Same as mine

Az Ahmed
Az Ahmed
5 years ago
Reply to  Arsene's zip

Usually under the neck label or side label, there’s a bunch of little pictures – that tells you you don’t wash the shirt at 80 degrees with fabric softener, bleach and then iron directly onto the printing. If you do that you are left with LY MATES or LY IRATE

Sam Jones
Sam Jones
5 years ago

Business as usual. Get the feeling it’ll grow on me.

Mikel Artekkers
Mikel Artekkers
5 years ago

Don’t like the collar, and the single button just looks unnatural.

cesc van pushy
5 years ago

what do mean unnatural? shud it like like body paint like the current one?

Aamir
Aamir
5 years ago

Looks good to be honest.

DrabWilly
DrabWilly
5 years ago

Doesn’t look as figure-hugging as previous shirts. Which is a shame because I like to wear something that accentuates my extremely toned physique.

Ferngunner
Ferngunner
5 years ago
Reply to  DrabWilly

My tummy should be in safe hands with this i reckon.

UlsterGooner
UlsterGooner
5 years ago
Reply to  Ferngunner

Just your man boobs popping off that button to worry about.

RussianGooner
RussianGooner
5 years ago
Reply to  UlsterGooner

Moobs!

Sideshow Fellaini
5 years ago
Reply to  DrabWilly

I bet u can see your wee wee when you pee pee.

NW Gooner
NW Gooner
5 years ago

Get the feeling it’ll look pretty good when we’re lifting a treble wearing it.

SoqedHozi
SoqedHozi
5 years ago

I like the retro look of this, though I will echo an above sentiment regarding the quality, the stitching is coming out of my puma shirt. That said the letters all came off a Nike one from a few years back (might be 2011/12) very early on.

gooner1886
gooner1886
5 years ago
Reply to  SoqedHozi

One word… sweatshop! Or should that be two words?

thebrotherdoug
5 years ago

Class, that.

indrossi
indrossi
5 years ago

The fucking button. Like its 1982 or something.

Third Plebeian
Third Plebeian
5 years ago
Reply to  indrossi

1982 was a great year. What do you have against 1982, you yearist.

I looked up 1982 on Wikipedia and learned many interesting facts. Mikel Arteta was born that year (also Jenna Haze). It was also the year the first computer virus was written (by a 15-year old kid, to infect Apple II via floppy disk), the Delorean Motor Company’s plant in Belfast went into receivership, Sony launched the first CD player, Time’s Man of the Year was a computer, and Italy won the World Cup.

LvL 3 Pidgey
LvL 3 Pidgey
5 years ago
Reply to  Third Plebeian

Jenna Haze sounds familiar. Let me look it up for research purposes.

LvL 3 Pidgey
LvL 3 Pidgey
5 years ago
Reply to  LvL 3 Pidgey

Oh… 😉

Unnecessarilystupid
Unnecessarilystupid
5 years ago
Reply to  Third Plebeian

Fuck off arteta was born in ’82… Ahhhh fuck, I’d be retired by now if I were a footballer.

GoonerN16
5 years ago
Reply to  indrossi

So what? Nothing is new, new.

GoonerN16
5 years ago
Reply to  GoonerN16

And what is wrong with 1982?

Django unhinged
Django unhinged
5 years ago
Reply to  GoonerN16

Spurs won the FA cup in 1982. Everything is wrong with that year.

Third Plebeian
Third Plebeian
5 years ago

Are you saying that a year that birthed Mikel Arteta and Jenna Haze is wrong?

No chance.

Mikey
Mikey
5 years ago

Kinda reminds me of the old 91 JVC one. Hopefully it’s got a little space for my love handles. Had to cut two holes in the sides of this seasons one.

ralphario
ralphario
5 years ago

A new home kit every season? I know, lets fleece the fans a little bit more because a 1k season ticket isnt quite enough!

Ryan
Ryan
5 years ago

I loved this years kid, but I dig this one too. I think it’ll look good on the boys.

Swish
Swish
4 years ago
Reply to  Ryan

When proof reading helps.

TheRealJenkooooooo
TheRealJenkooooooo
5 years ago

I think its looks pretty neat! And the gold trimming is a sign of winning the premier league maybe…

SommerMatt
SommerMatt
5 years ago

Very, very odd to me that no one has seen a single shot (even rumoured) of the Away shirt for next season.

clam
clam
5 years ago

Looks alright eh

DuckandChips
DuckandChips
5 years ago

If we win stuff with that kit, we’ll like it. I remember when we switched from JVC to dreamcast and I hated it…then the kit we got with the massive O2 logo on it almost made me throw up when I saw it at first.

But, we enjoyed success with those kits (nothing to do with the kits, but we associate that stuff with winning etc).
I for one don’t like it when we have a blue away kit…just stick to yellow, in my opinion.

Sean
Sean
5 years ago

I bloody wish they’d stitch on the fecking Puma logo and Arsenal crest. Printed rubber sucks ass.

Nic overall though.

Ferngunner
Ferngunner
5 years ago

@arseblognews +1

Paul
Paul
5 years ago

Well its red and white, that will do me!

AntiSpud
AntiSpud
5 years ago

Waiting to see how it fits shneiderlin and lacazette. The shirt from last year (the one blue white red armband)was the best IMHO. When I first saw it I thought This is gonna be iconic. Then they diched it! WengerOut!

Sherman Hall
Sherman Hall
5 years ago

I like the new top would like to see the new away top

Shere Willpower
Shere Willpower
5 years ago

Should look good with Reus name on it !

For Gods Sake
For Gods Sake
5 years ago

Looks like a baseball top.

mersons coke dealer
mersons coke dealer
5 years ago

Looks cool as. I’m still rocking the 2013 shirt so I’m due an update. It reminds me of Alex Song a bit too much.

Gooner mon
Gooner mon
5 years ago

Am I the only one that hates baggy shirts? Something about the tight fit looks sleek and futuristic almost

Geefive
Geefive
5 years ago
Reply to  Gooner mon

You are obviously not drinking enough beer……then you would learn to love the loose fitters.

Kenyan Gooner
Kenyan Gooner
5 years ago

Is there a possibility this is for the fans. The players’ shirt must be tight fitting.

Third Plebeian
Third Plebeian
5 years ago
Reply to  Kenyan Gooner

They sell a different shirt to the fans, always have. There has never been a problem.

Sylent Syd
Sylent Syd
5 years ago

This one is worth my money. Haven’t bought a home kit since 2006/07.

odd
odd
5 years ago

With mullet wig and clapped out Capri as accessories? We’ll rule the streets,

Gunnanarama
Gunnanarama
5 years ago

It will look better if we win the league in it!

Hi-brid
Hi-brid
5 years ago

Meh.

Levatron
Levatron
5 years ago

As a total sucker for collars, I’m currently having an Arse-gasm.
*something about Ireland’s referendum*

shokim
shokim
5 years ago

The Mandarin collar looks tacky… -_-‘

Third Plebeian
Third Plebeian
5 years ago
Reply to  shokim

It’s not a Mandarin collar…but thanks for contributing.

David
David
5 years ago

I love it. This is a MUST BUY!

Rich
Rich
5 years ago

Im far to big boned to wear puma tops

Darren
5 years ago

Football shirts should not have colors !!!! Just don’t look right

Rachid
5 years ago
Reply to  Darren

I definitely agree. Looks outdated. Everyone raving about it is hanging unto the past.

Arsepedant
Arsepedant
5 years ago
Reply to  Darren

I agree, no colors at all. They should be completely transparent. The only thing I dislike about your post is the American spelling.

tommy
tommy
5 years ago

Looks like a champions league winning top. Up the gooners

GU1TAR-D3MON
GU1TAR-D3MON
5 years ago

Don’t think I’ve ever liked any Puma kit of any team to be honest… But you know what I do like? £30 Million for my team. That’s what I like.

Bergkamptoes
Bergkamptoes
5 years ago

Gotta be honest & say it looks shit.Hate buttons on a footie shirt & the grandad collar is a big no no.Keep the current one for 2 seasons you greedy bar stewards

Tony
Tony
5 years ago

I prefer the tight ones so you can see everyone’s moobs.

Mike
Mike
5 years ago

It’s alright , I prefer this seasons home shirt though.
Not a fan of the button on a footy shirt , whilst The collar is just about acceptable .

Ben
Ben
5 years ago

I think that the plastic badge makes the whole shirt look cheap I prefer the good quality woven sewen on badges not the ones that have been stuck on with heat

Kos Forehead
Kos Forehead
5 years ago

I’m I the only one who likes 2008-09 kit ?

Stripeyjoe
Stripeyjoe
5 years ago

Why the white at the top of the arms? I’d like a kit that simply has a red body and white arms with maybe a white collar & red cuffs with no fucking about!