Arsenal have a long and rich history of iconic football kits.
But some stand head and shoulders above the rest.
Rewind to the 1990-91 season and you’ll find some of adidas’s finest work as a manufacturer.
The classy shirt sports Arsenal’s signature red-and-white but with a slight twist. The 90-91 strip has a geometric design and navy trim.
The end result is this glorious kit.
It matched a cracking team too. Arsenal won the title that season under George Graham, losing only one game.
The season began with two major signings: Anders Limpar from Cremonese, and one David Seaman from QPR.
The shirt practically drags you back to a time when Alan Smith was scoring for fun, Steve Bould and Tony Adams were shutting brilliant sides out, and Perry Groves was running for hours.
How do you make a great shirt even greater?
The side won the title in this kit at home with a 3-1 hammering of Manchester United. Woof.