In what has become a common occurrence, each Premier League team has released a new home kit ahead of the coming season.
As per usual some manufacturers have played it safe, while others have gone for slightly more off-the-wall designs.
With part one completed yesterday (available here), attention now turns to the ten best kits of the new Premier League season, which just so happens to include most of last year’s big hitters in terms of the final league table.
(All images sourced from the respective clubs’ Twitter accounts unless otherwise stated)
10. AFC Bournemouth
Black and red is a hard combination of colours to pull off, but credit has to go to Bournemouth and JD Sports for achieving it to some degree.
It’s just as well that this shirt looks some way decent, because what Sunderland have released as an away shirt is up there with the worst Premier League kits of all time.
New Balance have generally produced solid shirts for Liverpool since taking over from Warrior last summer, and this is no different. Might look better with white rather than yellow trim.
Burnley’s first effort since their Premier League return is a highly impressive one.
6. Manchester City
Follows the new Nike template of the sleeves/shoulders being a different shade to the rest of the shirt, but looks well regardless.
5. Tottenham Hotspur
As impressive as the shirt is, that sponsor’s logo is giant.
4. Manchester United
Almost perfect, but for the hexagonal pattern down the centre.
As with Man United’s effort, an almost perfect shirt is held back by an inexplicable and unnecessary trim down the centre.
2. West Ham United
1. Leicester City
Shut up and take my money.