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New Tottenham Puma Kits Are Variable In Quality, Spoiled By Horrible Logo

By Ollie Irish

Without the sponsor’s logo, Tottenham’s new home kit looked quite nice. With it, well, you can see for yourself…

What was a simple and pleasingly retro shirt has morphed into a cheap piece of poo. That logo is an abortion.

And the other kits are not much better…

Did I say not much better? I meant not much worse. Nasty, both of ’em. Bloody Puma.

If you’re mad enough to want to buy any of these kits, there’s more info on Tottenham’s official site

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By Ollie Irish on July 16th, 2010 in Kits & fashion, Tottenham Hotspur. 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.

16 Responses to “New Tottenham Puma Kits Are Variable In Quality, Spoiled By Horrible Logo”

  1. figg says:

    the second and third kit are awful.

  2. PhilandoTorres says:

    For the past few years Spurs have had some of the nicest kits around. Now, when they’re in the Champions League (qualifying stage, ahem), they opt for Championship chic. They might aswell be sponsored by Greggs.

  3. spectator says:

    it’s the fact that the shoulder band is diagonal, coupled with the white bit on the shorts that makes it rubbish more than the logo.

  4. Belgrade original style says:

    The model is excellent, but logo and it’s color ruins it. Would be great with some minimalistic sponsor logo. The second kit is Lazio.

  5. Chris says:

    Looks decidedly ‘Bolton’ to me…

  6. dc says:

    i agree with the bolton comment on the home kit, but keep in mind that nothing is going to look good on the man who is probably the most proportionately challenged fella in the world

  7. Delboy Dublin says:

    The home one is pretty sharp (especially if available without the sponsor). The rest maintain Spurs’ recent record of frankly shocking away kits.

  8. haha says:

    the poll results are biased because of the title of the post. i bet more people would vote up if the title was something like “tottenham’s new 1964 classic kit”

  9. binnsey says:

    nice in dark blue and white, crap sponser logo tho

  10. jeffc says:

    Lennon has a “get it off me” look on his face

  11. Deckard says:

    Crouch actually thinks he looks dope in it.

  12. Montesquieu says:

    Puma has not made a decent kit in as far as I can remember…

  13. Temjin says:

    Yep. the logo really f’s it.

  14. kellen says:

    maybe it’s just because Peter Crouch is wearing it. I actually liked it without the logo. Don’t you wish you had Emirates as a sponsor? nothing but words in plain colours. aaah, bliss.

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