Arsenal 2015-16 PUMA Home Shirt Review

Arsenal 2015-16 PUMA Home Shirt Review

Arsenal 2015-16 PUMA Home Shirt Review

Second season with PUMA Football – we review Arsenal’s brand new 2015-16 PUMA Home Shirt.

With PUMA Football signing a deal in January 2014, this is the German brand’s second season with Arsenal. The new home kit for Arsenal features the iconic red base with white sleeves design. Touches of gold taken from the Arsenal crest are seen as piping on the buttoned polo collar and sleeve cuffs.


This time round the entire sleeves and shoulders are white with last season’s home shirt using red shoulders. A large white panel is located at the hem of the shirt while the names and numbers are coloured white. On top of the white shoulders on each side are two thin red lines which extend from the collar to the sleeve cuffs for a classic touch.


For another classic touch a one-buttoned polo collar is used. The Arsenal crest has been heat transferred on to the shirt rather than embroidered while the Puma logos on the front and shoulders have been embroidered.


Fly Emirates again sponsors the home shirt while a unique “A” triangular emblem is seen below the neckline on the back of the shirt. Again the home kit is completed with white shorts with red trim while white socks are used for this upcoming season.Much like Nike’s Dry Fit and adidas’ climacool, the replica PUMA shirt uses dryCell technology to wick sweat away from the shirt.


Several mesh panels have been added to the side, shoulders and back panels of the shirt. This shirt is a size medium and fits me perfectly so I recommend going true to size with this shirt. This is the authentic players version uses different technologies so refer to the size guides for more info.

Posted on October 12, 2015

Comments on “Arsenal 2015-16 PUMA Home Shirt Review”

  1. Tobes

    Better and shorter review: It’s a s*** pile of dogw*** used by utter d***heads and complete c****.

  2. Tom Blake

    'Fly Emirates' does not sponsor the shirt, the company is the Airline 'Emirates', Emirates sponsor the shirt.

  3. Chuckles

    Too busy and poor material. Get rid of the red piping on the sleeves. And the gold.

    I, too, have a problem with gold on kits. It has nothing to do with championships and everything to do with it looking cruddy. The Adidas kits of a few years back, work by Russia and Chelsea looked good. They were a rarity.
    Usually it looks as it does here. Cheap.

  4. Wycliffe

    the shirt for the home kit looks like a nappy. Could have looked much better if it was red upto the bottom

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