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Nike Commemorate 20 Years As Arsenal Kit Provider With Limited Edition ‘Patchwork’ Mish-Mash Shirt (Photo)

By Chris Wright

With a new contract with Puma due to kick in over the summer, Nike are signing off as Arsenal’s official kit provider after a 20-year relationship with the club.

To commemorate Arsenal¬†winning the FA Cup in the final year of that two-decade love affair, Nike have produced a rather nifty limited-edition “patchwork” jersey featuring swathes of every shirt they’ve designed for the Gunners over the years…


Word on the wire is that several of these things will be going on sale in the not-so-distant, so all ye football hipsters keep your eyes peeled.

(Image: Nike UK)

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By Chris on May 19th, 2014 in Arsenal, FA Cup, Kits & fashion, Newsnow. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

6 Responses to “Nike Commemorate 20 Years As Arsenal Kit Provider With Limited Edition ‘Patchwork’ Mish-Mash Shirt (Photo)”

  1. sirreg says:

    Still better than Liverpool’s away kits.

  2. GlamGooner says:

    (FA Cup victory feels still swirling)

  3. cesc fnàrfregas says:

    Last chance to make some money before PUMA steps in, so let’s sew all the surplus kits into one and make some more $$$.

  4. rich lawler says:

    Clown vomit is so pretty.

  5. supa phil says:

    puma can’t get here soon enough

  6. Mark Gillespie says:

    What, no guff about each shirt being a unique fashion icon and very collectable in the future, too?

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