Arsenal's 2015-16 official kit now available in India
One team that could use all the support they can get this season has got to be Arsenal, due to the fact that they now look more challenging than ever before on the back of two consecutive FA Cup victories and now look like serious contenders for more trophies in the near future. The Gunners fan base has always been one passionate bunch, and one of the best ways to declare your undying support for the team you love is to wear their colours when you cheer for them as the twelfth man. With that in mind let’s take a look at the Arsenal 2015-2016 kits designed by Puma.
The Home Kit
Arsenal’s famous red and white kit has always been a source of pride for Gunner fans, so updating it every year is no easy task, but Puma took the challenge hands on and crafted a beautiful home kit. The sleeves and collar retain are decked in white and feature two red strips running along the side of the sleeves along with Puma’s jumping cap logo on the upper half. The lower sleeve also features a thin golden band which blends seamlessly with the red and white. A white strip also runs down the sleeve to the back. The lower half of the shirt also gets a splash of white which runs to the front. The collar, which also features a thin golden band, is designed in an attractive polo style this year.
The Away Kit
Arsenal’s away kit this year is really a masterstroke on the part of Puma. The golden and blue outfit is designed almost identically to the home kit, the only difference being the colour combinations as well as a few design tweaks. The striking golden features an attractive diamond design all through the front, which makes it a real standout. The blue sleeves get a thick golden armband as well as Puma’s leaping cat lizard on the upper. The collar also features a blue V design, giving it a rather distinctive look. Arsenal’s away games have a whole new attraction this season.
The Third Kit
The recently unveiled third kit combines colours beautifully and is equally attractive as its other two peers. The bottom half of the jersey features an attractive combination of white, navy blue, sky blue and golden, while the upper half gets a blue sash when Puma’s leaping cat logo stands as well as a golden shade for the club crest. The V neck collar is also an attractive addition. Arsenal will wear this kit for all their away cup games this season, so expect it to sell quite well.
The kits were unveiled in India by club legends Sol Campbell and Ray Parlour amid much fanfare, so if you haven’t grabbed your kit already now would be the perfect time. Puma has a huge fanbase in India and is the top global lifestyle brand in the country, which shows the might of the German sportswear manufacturer. So don’t wait. Kit yourself up and cheer on for your team as they embark on a fresh quest for glory.