The spiffiest football kits for the 2021/22 season.
The new season is coming at us in full force. Brands have been revealing their new kits towards the end of the season, getting their stars to don their flashy new jerseys before they head off to Euro 2020.
Below, we list what we think are some of the hyped kits that look just as good on the pitch as it will on the streets.
Editor’s note: At time of publishing, not all kits have been announced by the clubs. The BOOTHYPE team will be updating this list throughout the current off-season period.
Bayern Munich Away
Bayern Munich Away
You can hardly go wrong with black and gold. This classy away kit for the German champions is inspired by the Münchner Kindl, meaning “Munich child” in English, which forms the city’s coat of arms. The Bayern Munich away kit takes on the black aesthetics with the gold trims, akin to the robes worn by the mascot.
The coat of arms is featured on the back of the jersey with a understated striped and dotted design taking centre stage on the front.
Yellow and blue are traditional Arsenal away colours though adidas have modified this one slightly. This iteration is a slightly softer yellow called “Pearl Citrine” (rolls eyes) while a much darker shade of blue adorns the trims such as the collar and sleeve cuffs.
One to delight fellow Gooners is the changing out of the club crest for the cannon to add a layer of vintage appeal.
Puma’s primary jersey template has been pretty simple this season. A thin neckline and V-neck collar and a relatively loose fitting top. None of the Puma designs standout as much as the Olympique de Marseille home kit.
A clean white kit is punctuated by modern baby blue stripes on the sleeves – one for those who love a fresh look.
In an industry that tries to make every football kit somewhat fashionable, it is refreshing to see that Hummel’s kits always look like football jerseys. And Everton’s away top is no exception.
Inspired by the club’s original uniform dating from 1881 the shirt harks back to the days when Everton were nicknamed ‘the Black Watch’ for their kit’s resemblance to that of the famous Army regiment. That orange sash adds a touch of class on top of the black chevrons across the shoulders.
A lovely piece for the People’s Club.
Paris Saint-Germain Home
It’s a rather simple and plain kit but for some reason, it speaks to me. Paris Saint-Germain have been the masters of the loud, stylish style but its understated elegance this year meets my approval.
The red and white hoops along the sleeve cuffs and collar gives the jersey its pop deserving of the French giants.