New arsenal away strip kit

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Login or register to play video. Available to buy now at ArsenalDirect. A minimal, shaded zig-zag pattern adorns the famous bright yellow of the Arsenal away shirt.

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Although the shirt is a reinterpretation of an existing kit, Adidas was keen to make sure that the shirt also had a modern look. Along with the s shirt, the graphic also incorporates other visual elements from the club's history. Adidas could not actually have reissued the original bruised banana kit as European football's governing body UEFA's regulations would not allow this kit to be worn by a team today.

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The new jersey is a throwback to those worn by the likes of Ian Wright for two seasons between and Adidas had a deal with the club between and and is back with their iconic three-stripe design. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here.

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Ian Wright got fans excited by the release of the new Adidas strip in May when he shared a snap of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang donning the colours. The Gunners are returning to their famous Three Stripes for the first time since they wore the iconic 'bruised banana' shirt between and According to Football.

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The 90s were a good time for many reasons and for Arsenal fans one of those was that they won the league twice in the decade. Gunners' fans also enjoyed their iconic 'Yellow Banana' away strip between and and a similar design has now made its way back in with several of the current team wearing the new design and Wright appearing in the old shirt. Admittedly if you asked those in the club and the fans what they'd prefer to make a comeback from the 90s they'd chose the league titles but right now that looks unlikely.

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Arsenal had previously worn Puma shirts before a switch this summer. Adidas are continuing the retro theme with an away shirt which reflects the popular bruised banana strip worn from Furthermore, on Monday a picture of visiting Houston Rockets basketballer, James Harden, wearing the new away shirt alongside Reiss Nelson was circulated on social media.

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After weeks of speculation as well as leaks it officially went on sale on July 1 and was worn for the very first time last weekend when an Gunners XI drew with Boreham Wood in a pre-season friendly. There has been suggestions that fans could very well see see a return to the 'bruised banana' colour scheme that was popular with the club between and Striker Alexandre Lacazette posted a mock up of him wearing the kit on his Instagram stories a couple of months ago. As for the third kit, the first appearance of the navy and yellow colour scheme came to supporters' attentions in last month and it garnered a positive reaction on Twitter.

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ARSENAL fans are already desperate for their third kit to be unveiled following the positive reaction from their new Adidas home and away strips. The Gunners released their bruised banana-inspired yellow jersey yesterday with a brilliant advert featuring Reiss Nelson and Ian Wright. Fans have loved Adidas' designs for this seasons shirts, with supporters keen to know when they can snap up the third kit ahead of the new season.

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