The start of every Premier League season brings a wealth of new football shirts. From belters to howlers. Here we look at 5 kits that belong in the 'Hall of Fame' and 5 that should be condemned to the bargain bin. See the worst HERE
1. Arsenal Away
An ode to the infamous 'bruised banana' kit of the early nineties. Adidas' return to making Arsenal's shirts has pulled out this design classic.
2. Manchester City 125 Years Special Edition
This limited edition is a gem, only to be worn in the Charity Shield (old money). Just when you thought City couldn't get any more easy on the eye.
3. Chelsea Away
Chelsea's new away kit is said to be 'mod inspired.' In which case we'll look forward to the away trip to Brighton. Best get those Yokohama Tyres fitted on a Lambretta scooter then.
4. Arsenal Home
Another retro classic from Adidas and Arsenal. Their whole marketing has revolved around blending the past with the modern. To be fair they've nailed the concept, although a high profile Twitter gaffe has taken the shine off.
5. Bournemouth Home
Ignoring the obnoxiously large sponsor logos the kit is a smasher. A nice take on the classic black and cherry stripes. The badge has always looked a bit 'Pro Evo' for our tastes though. Honourable mention to West Ham too, who pulled out a 1980 inspired take on the claret and blue.
See the worst ones HERE