Arsenal – Same old Arsenal, wait no actually this is quite glorious. The retro vibes run through it, however the away kit, now that is …..eh….well atleast it would make a nice tile design in the bathroom.
Aston Villa – The away jerseys harpens back to the early Premier League era when Villa were a force!. Kappa always reminds me of old Serie A also, so a big thumbs up from here.
Brighton & Hove Albion – Complete revamp which fans do appreciate. If money is being invested on jerseys every year, something different is always encouraged. Kudos, the effort has certainly paid on on this pinstriped number.
Burnley – Another jersey that has falling victim to the craze of huge sponsorship’s embezzled across the front.
Chelsea – Much has been made of the large three sponsorship logo on the jerseys however overall its a nice departure from the norm. After years of uninspired jerseys designs, Nike have been hitting it out of the park with Chelsea jerseys the past couple of years.
Crystal Palace – I used to really like on the sash on the away jerseys, but their is something about the uniform nature of all three kits, that makes it almost like collectors pieces. The white jersey especially catches the eye.
Everton – The Toffees have gone with Three Kits this year. The home jersey has a slightly retro feel to it with he arrows down the side. Other then that basic enough three kits of various colors.
Fulham – Fulham are yet to release their new kit….the teases.
Leeds United – A classy look from the newly promoted side. The sponsor like most jerseys nowadays takes away from it, but Leeds fans wont care, THEY ARE BACK IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!!!!!!
Leicester City – The detail in the jersey is quite nice, when viewed up close. The golden rim on the sleeves are a nice touch perhaps signifying their former Premier League Champions status. The white away jerseys looks very busy with various colours throughout, however the Maroon is a nice departure from the norm.
Liverpool – The champions are away from New Balance and have joined with Nike, and with that comes a simple design on the home jersey. The collar and sleves are a nice touch. The away jersey has certainly raised a few eyebrows online.
Manchester City – Some argue that the jerseys have too much going on but the home jersey is something home fans will welcome, a twist on the norm. Away Jerseys are usually for experimentation anyway, did this one work, I think so.
Manchester United – It’s a strong effort in terms of home jersey from Adidas, various splattered colors throughout lens itself well to the crest. However the away jerseys these last few years have left alot to be desired, and these efforts are no different. The black design is going for that scaly snake look again and apparently the third kit in the pipe line is going for that much sought after zebra look.
Newcastle United – Large light blue logo on a black and white striped kit is bound to work somethime right?
Sheffield United – Very sleek indeed, had the potential to look very busy, because it has alot going on, but suprisingly it pulls it off well. Pink jerseys also tend to be quite nice in general, this is no different.
Southampton – That sash is ace. Despite the large logo, the design is magnificent on the home and away jersey. the third kit
Tottenham Hotspur – Probably the weakest looking Spurs jersey of the modern era. Green is a nice departure for an away jersey.
West Bromwich Albion – Dont go the self service checkouts in the home jersey, you will get scanned, and just dont go outside at all in the away one.
West Ham United – What can you say about this West Ham Kit, onlt that it looks like every West Ham kit ever made.
Wolverhampton Wanderers – Say what you want about the home kit, but that away kit has to be up their for one of the worst jerseys ever made. Maybe that was their thinking, create such a bad looking jersey that people butit for a laugh?