Arsenal have released their new adidas away kit for the 2023/24 season, featuring a garish green with an abstract black-line pattern.
The Gunners have moved away from their traditional changed colours to go with a daring new look ahead of their return to the Champions League.
Their alternate kits last season - a crisp black away strip and a pink-and-blue third shirt - quickly became fan favourites for their class and simplicity, but this year's option has pushed the boat out a little further.
The main colour - somewhere between neon green and yellow - is offset with squiggly black lines and spots, with light blue trim, lettering and numbering.
This is the first time that Arsenal have used such a vibrant colour on their away kit since adidas become their official kit supplier again back in 2019.
Under previous partners Puma, the Gunners wore a mint-green strip in the 2018/19 season, while a hi-vis green similar to this year's kit was used as trim on a navy third shirt in 2016/17.
Arsenal unveiled their home kit for the new season back in May, paying homage to their 'Invincibles' of 20 years ago. However, adidas had to halt production of the strip as there were fewer than 38 red stripes on the shirt to denote the amount of Premier League games they went unbeaten during the 2003/04 season.
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