THREE OF THE BEST Arsenal release blue third kit and even Spurs fans are drooling over it
Baby|Aug. 12, 2019
ARSENAL have released their third kit for the season and even rival fans are loving it.
With the club in jovial mood following their 1-0 win at Newcastle yesterday , supporters have even more reason to be happy.
A beautiful navy and yellow design by adidas, Arsenal's first-team stars from their men and women's team modelled it on Twitter.
An official statement describes it as a "fresh new design that continues club tradition with a distinctly modern twist."
It added: "The new Arsenal third shirt is crafted from an elegant all-over dark navy. The rich colour is complimented with yellow detailing along the sleeves and club crest.
"The progressive new third shirt is rounded off with fitted sleeve cuffs and a crew neckline with a yellow and black trim running around the back of the neck.
"Offering a unique blend of peak performance innovation and cutting-edge design, the kit features CLIMALITE technology to wick sweat. The jersey is made from recycled polyester to save resources and help decrease emissions."
Fans on Twitter couldn't resist but get excited over the release including a Spurs supporter.
One said: "I hate Arsenal more than anything in the world but they can have the best kits this season. @SpursOfficial can we please switch to adidas?"
I hate arsenal more than anything in the world but they have the best kits this season ngl, @SpursOfficial can we please shift to adidas — krishang (@kkagzi) August 12, 2019
pic.twitter.com/3EUQWsDjVG — Met. (@AFCMet) August 12, 2019
pic.twitter.com/5aDmtlmB1V — Quícksílver (@DashOfBellerin) August 12, 2019
Adidas outdoing Puma's five-year legacy with just three kits — Dan Critchlow (@afcDW) August 12, 2019
pic.twitter.com/twn6vg5tND — Big Tuna (@sven_officia1) August 12, 2019
A Arsenal fan wrote: "Adidas outdoing Puma's five-year legacy with just three kits."
Another added: "Shut up... and take all my money."
The only downside remains the price with Arsenal putting the 'Authentic' shirt on the market for £100.
The cheaper version will set fans back £60.