West Ham have had some absolute bangers in their time as a Premier League club, but this kit might just take the biscuit.
The 1993-95 home kit is a feast for your watery, nostalgia-filled eyes.
It signifies everything great about football in the 1990s.
Not only is the kit flooded with claret, finished with a blue chevron, it was manufactured by Pony, one of the ultimate retro kit manufacturers.
And don’t even get me started on the sponsor. Gone are the days when a company like Dagenham Motors could sponsor a football club. It’s a throwback to a more innocent age, when local businesses still carried weight in England’s top flight, before the Etihads, Emirates and Chevrolets of this world waded in and spoiled the fun.
Julian Dicks was the captain, Don Hutchison and Ian Bishop turning out in midfield, and Tony Cottee was scoring for fun.
Those were the days. The days when Pony ruled East London.