We’ve studied the released 2016/7 kits in depth and after hours of deliberation and many breaks for refreshments, our completely unbiased, no really, assessment of the next season’s top 6 English Premier League football kits is as follows.
6. Bournemouth’s Home Kit
The home kit for the season looks neat. Nice design, nice collar, the sponsor’s logo doesn’t spoil the shirt, good job.
5. Middlesbrough’s Away Kit
Nice colour, clean lines, great design and the sponsors logo doesn’t intrude. Unlike the home shirt which makes you think the boat is sinking.
4. Liverpool’s Away Kit
Of all the shirts released by Liverpool this season (Home, Away, Training, Pre-Match etc.) the away is the only one you want to be seen in, if any at all.
3. Leicester’s 3rd Kit
Leicester have revealed all three of their kits but the 3rd is by far the most attractive. Good job Puma!
2. Chelsea’s Home Kit
I like the Chelsea lion pattern. V-necks are still stylish and surprised that adidas didn’t put three stripes on the shoulders.
1. Swansea’s Away Kit
I like it. Unusual colour, neat design, nice accent on the collar and sleeves. A winner in my books, great job by JOMA.