Nike have come up with an innovative and garish way to commemorate their 20-year partnership with Arsenal - and the Gunners' FA Cup win - by mashing together a shred of each kit over the last two decades into one.
"Classic football shirts never go out of fashion. The memories attached to those shirts live on," Nike say. That is true, as long as it is that classic football shirt on its own.
Puma will take over as Arsenal's kit supplier next season in what is, to date, the most lucrative shirt sponsorship in football.
The JVC, Dreamcast, Sega, O2 and Emirates eras all feature
Limited edition, individually numbered artwork prints of the shirt will be created and sold, with a number available to purchase at Nike Phenomenal House at the Sorting Office.