Arsenal generally play in their iconic red shirts with white sleeves and that's that. For their last year at their Highbury home they adopted this "redcurrent" look harking back to a colour historically worn by the club. This one season wonder was a nice touch and must have given someone at Nike a break from having to design the same shirt over and over again. In my opinion Nike do Arsenal a disservice by consistently producing very dull designs especially away shirts but this departure is a decent one. This shirt carries the revised Arsenal badge adopted in 2002 with the reversed direction cannon. It all looks a bit more "corporate" to me than the original Arsenal badge. The shirt also displays the name and number of Arsenal legend Thierry Henry who I always felt was a tad overrated but fair's fair scored a shedload of goals and led Arsenal through the 2000s. I think the Chris Kay designed premiership name and numbers should actually be gold on this shirt but Ebay trawlers can't be choosers.