Arsenal fans are not impressed with what looks to be their new home kit for next season and when their new strip was pictured alongside Adidas’s Bayern Munich effort, it did not go well.
The football kit equivalent of a 10-2 spanking pic.twitter.com/VuVKWzS4OO
— Daily Cannon (@DailyCannon) May 8, 2018
Puma seem to have little interest in keeping Arsenal on as a client beyond next season if this is what they are producing in the final year of their contract with the club.
On the whole, Puma’s kits have been uninspiring and derivative while showing an inability to understand what Arsenal fans like about the shirt.
Thankfully, it seems like we could be on the move to Adidas who manufacture Bayern Munich’s kit which, as you can see above, makes it look like Hugo Boss v Primark.
Looks like something an OAP would wear going to bed. Sort it out @pumafootball
— Hendon Gooner (@HendonGooner) May 8, 2018
— David Russell (@Gunnadownunda) May 9, 2018
Can't wait for when the Adidas sponsorship kicks in. That new shirt looks horrible, no wonder Wenger quit.
— VuongLeNguyen (@VuongLeNguyen) May 8, 2018
Just don’t buy it!! It’s awful
— chocolatefreemarch (@anotherhurley) May 8, 2018
Just buy out the last year of Puma before having to wear this abomination. Yuck.
— Tom Stewart (@kygunnersfan) May 9, 2018
Time for Adidas to come in and clean this mess up. What a disgrace!
— M I D T O W N (@MidtownMarty) May 8, 2018
Please don't let that hideous monstrosity be our new kit. #Arsenal
— Michael (@mingram0) May 8, 2018
Of course, one or two Arsenal fans like the new kit, but they are in the minority:
i like it..
— Laurence Brown (@lozmachine) May 8, 2018
Wouldn’t mind but if they got rid of the shitty lines on the sleeves it be decent !
— AndreFahey™️ (@AFahey_Official) May 8, 2018
If they changed the sleeves and put a collar on it it wouldn’t be too bad.
— Lee Sadler (@sadler112) May 9, 2018