SportAre the new leaked Arsenal kits the best in recent memory?

21:00  22 may  2019
21:00  22 may  2019 Source:   readsport.co

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The time of the year has arrived. It’s the few months of the calendar when every team releases their kits for the upcoming season.

Arsenal are yet to officially unveil theirs, but there have been some leaks over Instagram and Twitter, with Football London sharing them.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is pictured in what is, presumably, the new away kit, whilst Arsenal’s Player of the Season Alexandre Lacazette is seen sporting the home kit.

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Earlier this week, more leaked images of Arsenal 's rumoured new home strip arrived on social media courtesy of the typically reliable FootyHeadlines.com. And ahead of the June 1 release, it's safe to say that it's not going to go down as the most popular Arsenal kit in recent years.

Arsenal 19-20 Third Kit . This is the Adidas Arsenal 2019-2020 third shirt. The 3 Stripes, which sit on the shoulders of the new Adidas Arsenal third shirt, are also yellow. A bit of black is present on the jersey as well , both in the background parts of the club badge and in the form of subtle trim on the

The dynamic duo are smiling like mad men, and you can see why – it’s a terrific kit! Out of all the Premier League kits revealed so far, this one has to be the best.

Arsenal tend to have very slick home kits, but the away shirt is always a point of contention each year. They’ve nailed it. The designs for both are gorgeous and sure to make all the football hipsters out there want to purchase one ahead of the 2019/20 campaign.

Are they the best Arsenal kits of the last five years? I think so. The 2018/19 kits were fairly standard and I was a fan of the 2014/15 options as well, but these trump them all.

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