Arsenal are in a period of transition.
A new manager, some new players and a new kit deal kicking in next season means Gunners fans are adjusting to more than just life after Arsene Wenger at the Emirates.
The North London club have ditch Puma in favour of Adidas and, if we’re honest, the club’s glory years (in terms of kits, if not actual football) came when the likes of Ian Wright were donning the three stripes of Adidas.
Take a look at this bad boy from 1986-88 (use AIMAR at checkout for 20% off):
Think of David O’Leary, David Rocastle and even a fresh-faced Tony Adams, and you’ll conjure up images of this absolute beaut.
The faint stripes on the torso’s red section is a touch, but the navy trim on the red Adidas stripes is sensational craftsmanship. We love this kit, even if they only won the League Cup in it.
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