Squeaky Clean And Tartar Free: Arsenal Launch New Minty Fresh ‘Toothpaste’ Third Kit For 2018/19 Season (Photos)

Chris Wright

27th, July 2018


While they may look like a marauding gang of Ayia Napa club reps, what you’re actually looking at here is employees of Arsenal Football Club modelling their brand new third kit for the 2018/19 season.

Paired with that dreadful pinkish home shirt and a mottled navy away, the corresponding change strip is redolent in ‘toothpaste green’ which Puma reckon is “reminiscent of the Gunners’ 1982/83 ‘Bluebottle’ kit”.

We’re not too sure about that – and why on earth would you want to conjure images of one of the most unpopular Arsenal kits ever anyway?

Regardless, just like the new away kit, the third jersey features a subtle ‘W’ motif woven across the torso which serves a nod to the famous ‘WM’ formation introduced in the 1930s by legendary Arsenal manager Herbert Chapman.

The ‘M’ is included on the away shirt.

Gives it a minty fresh ‘Wonder Woman’ look, does it not?

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  1. jackie wilshere says:

    fits right in with the ugly ass home and away shirts harharharhar…

  2. jackie wilshere says:

    would actually prefer the green with blue trim pictured from ’82. it has a bad reputation but its not THAT bad really.. by comparison..

  3. VieuxSang says:

    There are worse things than Carabao training kits…

  4. Bruno says:

    Horrible. When will people stop making two colours kits? The crest is red for fucksake

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