Singapore has witnessed new release of the new Arsenal third away football kit by Puma. The kit is the end of the City pulse in this season. Arsenal Football Club is a professional football club based in lslington, London, England, that plays in the Premier League, the top tier of English football. The club has won 13 league titles, a record 13 FA Cups, two League Cups, the league Centenary Trophy, 15 FA Community Shields, one UEFA Cup Winner’s Cup and one Inter-Cities Fairs Cup.
The great achievement accomplished by the team wins it a group loyal fans, whose cheers and passions fire the club and push it to go forward. This inspires the design of the shirt and create the city pulse. On the second away shirt is shaped the pulse as M while it is shown on this shirt with the variant of letter of W. The design of WM is paying homage to the famous WM formation which is innovated by Gunner legend Herbert Chapman in 20th century. W part works as offensive power and M part is defence.
Biscay green is full of modern aesthetic, occupying whole shirt with navy blue ornament. Albeit the color is totally a new attempt, the combination of the shades is reminiscent of the Bluebottle attire wore in 1982-83 season by club. The shirt feature classic reverse collar and striation encircling the sleeves. The stripes on the sleeves also finish the prolongation of the W at the chest, making the shirt looks more integrated. The accompanying shorts are in the same colors while the socks are also green with four navy hoops circling them.
Prominent logos on the shirt are Puma logo swooping at right and Arsenal crest locating at left.Unveiled in 1888, Royal Arsenal’s first crest featured three cannons viewed from above, pointing northwards, similar to the coat of arms of the Metropolitan Borough of Woolwich. In the 2011–12 season, Arsenal celebrated their 125th anniversary. The celebrations included a modified version of the current crest worn on their jerseys for the season. The crest was all white, surrounded by 15 oak leaves to the right and 15 laurel leaves to the left.
Puma’s new technology of evoKnit thermoregulation is equipped on both shirt and shorts to adjust temperature. This cooling system will manage moisture efficiently and help to create a optimal condition for any player on the pitch.
To meet a perfect mobility and flexibility whilst in the shirt, the top is made with seamless construction, allowing for ultimate movement and optimum performance, feeling like a second skin.
Cooling zones alongside dryCell technology are engineered within the top, which will channels sweat away from skin and to help regulate body temperature.
The whole kit are mingled with the hue of the other away shirt, creating a Heather effect, and the socks match the colour of the away top, with bands as same as those on sleeves above the Puma logo in the upper middle and ‘Arsenal’ written down the back.