With the 2015-16 seasons nearly upon us, most clubs have revealed their new kits and colours for the upcoming campaign. For the most part, clubs have not strayed too far from the norm with regards to the design and colours of the kit. However, there have been quite a few that have surprised their fans, both positively and negatively. We previously released part one of our favourite new kits, but with so many more released we had to do part two!
Arsenal – Away
Puma have aced it with this one. You may have thought before seeing the new Arsenal away kit that gold diamond print on a kit might look a bit tacky and too much, but it clearly works.
Similarly to Rayo Vallecano, FC St Pauli have utilised their kit to show their values as a club. The rainbow cuffs show the clubs support for the fight against homphobia in football.
Torino – Third
Torino’s third kit has certainly caught the eye as one of the best kits to have been released this season. The club’s bull logo adorns the front of the shirt with club legends named written within it. Gorgeous.
Inter – Away
The beautiful new Inter kit includes a middle panel embellished with the scales of Il Biscione, the serpent symbol which has been associated with the city of Milan and Internazionale themselves.
West Brom – Away Kit
West Brom’s pinstripe away kit is pretty tidy. If the shirt didn’t look like a real old school kit with the pinstripes, the addition of the W.B.A classic logo… it is as traditional as modern kits get. Lovely.
Sampdoria – Away Kit
Classy, that’s it. The simplistic style with the intricate club colour trim really works. Great stuff from Joma on this one.