7 Best Kits of the Season – Premier League 2015-16

Picking the best kits of the season isn’t always easy. We all have different alliances and tastes. We attempt to look into the future and pick some of the classics from this season.

Tottenham Hotspur Home Kit

Last time Spurs had a decent kit was back in 1991/93 when Gazza was playing for them. Go check it out on google. This season was a drastic improvement on previous years. We’re not just saying that because they had a decent season. Trust us on this one. Keep hold of it, some hipster will want it in about 20 years.

Leicester City Home Kit

This is one kit that every Leicester City fan will remember forever. For that reason it will be a classic. The Champions kit, it’s simple and understated. Mahrez or Vardy on the back will make it even more valuable. Future cult classic for sure.

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Manchester City Home Kit

The City home already looks like a reference to the past. That light blue never fails and is probably the smartest kit in the league. The white collar and buttons mean you could easily wear it as something formal (maybe). Already a future classic!

West Ham United Home Kit

For their final season at the Boleyn Ground, West Ham took inspiration from their past to pay homage. Looks like the results paid off and it worked a treat. The Fila kit with Dr Martens wasn’t a bad one either.

Stoke City Away Kit

The green stripe against the black is definitely original. Full marks for originality and style. You’d happily wear that at 5 aside. It’s a complete contrast to their home kit. Stoke are making a habit of having unique away kits.

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Everton Third Kit

One of those colour combinations you wouldn’t expect to see. A brave choice that paid off. Definitely one the best third kits we’ve seen in recent seasons. Stylish, modern and original. Not to everyones taste, however you have to give them credit for originality. You’ll probably pick this up in the end of season reduced section. 

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Chelsea Third Kit

Not everyone can pull off the black kit. A combination of black and white with sleek styling allowed Chelsea to do it. Not bad for a third kit eh. The fading white bit on the shorts nearly ruined the whole thing.

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