When it comes to Tottenham kits, often there isn’t a whole lot that can be done without breaking tradition.
The classic traditional Spurs kit has always been a plain Lilywhite shirt accompanied by navy blue shorts.
Throughout the past decade, tradition has been thrown away in some instances, with the club revealing some horrible kits.
But this isn’t entirely the case. In fact, Spurs have had some amazing kits in recent years, some with more sentimental value than others.
With the likelihood of next season’s kit being launched within the next month, we reveal our top five best Spurs kits of the last ten years.
There really isn’t a whole lot to discuss about the 2011/2012 kit. That’s because there isn’t much to be said about the kit as a whole.
With 2011/12 being Puma’s last season manufacturing kits for the club, they left on good terms, producing a simple but classic Tottenham shirt.
The shirt was entirely white with no hint of blue whatsoever apart from the logo and sponsors. It was a significant change from the season prior, where the top half of the shirt was mostly blue.
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