Arsenal’s new home kit for 2021/22 seems to raise a few eyebrows, and Adidas seems to be inspired by a design related to some pretty awful memories.
While the shirt sticks to the traditional red and white color, it is given much more importance, with panels on the side of the shirt. Looking at the image shared by Footy Headlines, he would have forgiven you for thinking it was an Ajax shirt.
It looks most like the Nike home shirt worn by the Gunners in the 1998/99 and 1999/2000 seasons, although this time the blue color of the accent is reserved for the ornaments of the collar, cuffs and three-stripe marks.
For us, it reminds us of the frustrating European nights at Wembley, Bergkamp’s wrong mistake at Villa Park, the outings and the Sp * rs did us no favors at Old Trafford. In addition, we remember Sylvinho.
The white panels on the side have been used since the beginning of the millennium, Nike included them in the 2008-2010 home shirt that made us look like a Charlton knock-off.
After taking her out of the park with the first two kits at home, this effort by Adidas seems to share the opinion.
We are still waiting for the first photos of the kits on the go and the third. We know that our main change band will be a yellow with pearl citrine cream, with a retro badge (ish), while we are talking about the blue third could include a lightning pattern that goes back to the shirts of the mid-nineties.