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The best away kit that Nike has produced for Arsenal since the club won the league in 2004, Arsenal only wore this strip for one season, 2008-09.
Conceived as a tribute to the kit that Arsenal wore in the famous 1989 season, it featured a shirt with a yellowish-gold body with blue sleeves and red stripes, blue shorts with a red trim, and yellow socks with a thick, blue horizontal stripe.
Problematically for Nike, the 1989 kit had been produced by Adidas and had prominently included the latter's logo on the shirt's sleeves. So, instead of having three stripes, only two were included on the shirt's sleeves.
All credit to Nike for including these stripes, because they add an edge to the shirt that the manufacturer could easily have left out for branding reasons.
The kit's most famous moment came in April 2009, when Andrei Arshavin scored four goals while wearing it against Liverpool. This was perhaps appropriate, given the shirt's genesis.
The iconic picture of Arshavin holding his fingers aloft in the aftermath of his fourth goal, his face a picture of delight and disbelief, will ensure the shirt remains a well-remembered classic.