Like most clubs, West Ham have had some beautiful kits and some woeful ones over the years.
But between 1993-95, they sported one of the most quintessentially West Ham kits in existence.
The Dagenham Motors-sponsored claret-and-blue shirt was a joy to behold for fans of the east London club.
Pony made the kit and the mighty Tony Cottee wore it. Here he is, looking ready to poke a ball in the back of the net from a couple yards out.
After finishing 13th in the Premier League in the kit’s first season (Trevor Morley was the side’s top scorer in the league), Harry Redknapp took over from Billy Bonds for its second season.
All in all it was a pretty average season, Redknapp’s side finished 14th and reached the fourth round of both domestic cups.
But at least this mediocre West Ham side were wearing the realist and most West Ham kit known to man.