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.
Similar to 2011/12, the kit that Spurs launched in 2017 was a simplistic design that spoke for itself.
Not only was it similar due to its simplicity, but it was similar to how it differed from the season prior.
The 2016/17 kit featured blue on the top half of the shirt, which was ditched for the season after. Just like when it was ditched in the 2011/12 season.
Along the sides was a short blue strip that kept itself relatively subtle.
One nice feature about this kit was the Spurs crest. The cockerel on a ball was encapsulated within a shield – a homage to the 1960s.
This was the first kit produced by Nike following a five-year stint by Under Armour.
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