We wrote about the first half of the new 10-11 Premier League Shirts (A-L) in alphabetical order, and now it’s time to give the overview of the 10-11 Premier League Shirts (M-W), from Manchester City to Watford. While you have seen some of these kits in action already in the league openers, we have a much better view for you to decide which is the best kit of the year in the English Premier League, and which are a complete design flop. All 20 clubs have re-designed their kits for the new season, while only 18 did so last year. While this gives people like me a lot to write about, it also gives you options if you hated last season’s kit for your club.
Here’s a preview of the English Premier League (M-W) kits:
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1. Manchester City Home Kit
The new Manchester City 2010-2011 Home Kit is now available for sale from the club website and is a slightly improved version of last year’s kit, while not being very different from the kit the supporters really loved. It’s tailored in England by Umbro and will likely be a very memorable kit. Click the image above for order information, reviews, and more pictures.
Manchester United 10/11 Home Kit
The 2010-2011 Manchester United Home Kit is a debatable kit, making the most noise out of any kit redesign this season. It might all be spite due to the anger of fans with the owners, or it might just be a general dislike for the design. What do you think about it? Click the image above for order information, reviews, and more pictures.
Newcastle United 10-11 Home Kit
The new 2010-2011 Newcastle Home Kit is the first result from a new Newcastle and Puma partnership which has so far yielded a good kit for the new season for the geordies. What do you think about it? Click the image above for order information, reviews, and more pictures.
Stoke City 10-11 Home Kit
The 2010-2011 Stoke City Home Kit is designed by Adidas and looks a bit like the new Bayern Munchen Home kit. Adidas has done a good job with the design, even if Stoke supporters might feel that solid stripes would be more fitting. Click the image above for order information, reviews, and more pictures.
Sunderland 10-11 Home Kit
The all new Sunderland 10-11 Home Kit is designed and tailored by Umbro in England and is a kit that will make all supporters happy. It’s very traditional and classic, with a modern touch from Umbro. What do you think about it? Click the image above for order information, reviews, and more pictures.
Tottenham 10-11 Home Kit
The new 10/11 Tottenham Home Kit is one of the best re-designs of the season, but is ruined by a lousy sponsor that doesn’t fit the retro look at all. The club has also released 5 other kits and has separate sponsors for the European and Cup matches than it has for the EPL. Click the image for more info about this kit.
WBA Home kit 10-11
The all new West Brom 10-11 home kit is tailored by Umbro in England and features a very classic look for the club. The template is very similar to the Sunderland shirt and has the faded out stripes as well. What do you think about it? For more information about this kit, as well as reviews, click the image above.
West Ham 10-11 Home Kit
While some supporters are unhappy with the 10/11 West Ham Macron kit, I think it’s a very smart design that sticks to history and presents the club very well for home matches. I love the classic collar and the sleeves. What do you think? For more info and ordering information, click the image above.
Wigan 10-11 Home Kit
The 2010-2011 Wigan Home Kit is designed by MiFit and is a good change from the 09-10 Wigan home kit. I love the stripe on one side, and the lines along it, it fits better to the team crest. However it does look like it belongs in Ligue 1, as it’s very similar in style to French kits.
Wolves 10-11 Home Kit
The 2010-2011 Wolves Home Kit stays consistant to tradition and will surely please fans as they play in the Premier League. The noticeable features are the black sections of the kit, and especially the black classic collar. It looks fantastic. What do you think about it? Click the image above if you want more information on the new kit.
Which kit is the best from the second half of the table (alphabetically)? For me it has to be between Manchester City and Tottenham, with the two clubs having the most unique and popping designs that can become very memorable. Manchester United and West Ham come in quite close for me as well, one with a retro-chique design, another with a modern interpretation of classic kit design.
What do you think? Are you impressed or disappointed by this season’s new EPL kits?