Fans left unimpressed as Tottenham release home kit for next season
Tottenham released their home kit for next season with quite a few stars, including Harry Kane, donning the new kit (h/t tottenhamhotspur.com). The jersey is a special one as it honours hundred years of the cockerel crest that the club use.
Nike, the official sponsors, have made a few notable changes to this season’s kit. The kit is pristine white and the notable exclusion has been the blue patches near the shoulders. Another exclusion has been the shadowy grey texture through the shirt.
The Nike logo and Spurs crest are at their usual places with the AIA sponsor logo in the middle. They have been paired with blue shorts and an alternative white version is also there. Two versions of the kit have been released with the replicas and the ‘elite’ version which the players wear priced at £70 and £105 respectively.
The new kit does have a crispness to it due to the all-white background. However, there has been no new distinguishing features to the new kit with some of the notable features from this season’s being excluded. Nonetheless, fans had some interesting reactions ranging from unimpressed to questions being asked about Harry Kane’s future. Here are the best one’s from Twitter.
How bland. Kit designer clearly didn't feel like working that day.
— Eddie Longbridge (@EddieLongbridge) May 24, 2021
So I can leave after this right Dan? pic.twitter.com/V76BSer4pX
— Dynamic Duo (@DoTheBartMan199) May 24, 2021
Seen more creativity in a year 2 art class
— Max (@thfcmax__) May 24, 2021
We've just come off the back of our worst season in years having just been asked to pay the highest price for a home game and now you've decided to announce this…absolutely awful timing
— LDN (@L0ND0N99) May 24, 2021
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Shame Nike did not use true navy blue for the shorts as still look the same blue as the last few years. Our shorts should be NAVY BLUE & not the royal blue that Nike use.
— David Edwards (@davideWH) May 24, 2021
Did the @nikefootball designers have the day off when this was ‘designed’ Not exactly groundbreaking is it. And for £70!!!!!! You must be joking. Rip off @SpursOfficial are back and ready to fleece their fans for every penny. #thfc #ripofffootball
— Steve Peskett (@speskett) May 24, 2021