It's not uncommon for the release of Tottenham's home kit to be met with groans from their fanbase, with criticism usually centring around the fact their shirts are just a bit dull.
It's difficult to argue with them in all fairness. Spurs' home kits always look pretty smart but they're far from adventurous, with the traditional white canvas rarely added to with more than a tiny bit of blue detailing.
Because of this, the club seem hell bent on producing away kits and third kits that would make even a 90s goalkeeper shirt look understated, and their latest offering is absolutely no different.
Pictures have emerged of Tottenham's third kit for the 2021/22 season, with Footy Headlines leaking images of a shirt that looks like it's been dipped in seven different tins of paints before being hung out to dry.
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Spurs have had their fair share of whacky away and third shirts over the years, but this one possibly tops the lot, with the black trimmings around the collar and sleeves just about the only part of it that doesn't require sunglasses to look at.
Usually at this point we'd do our best to summarise exactly what the rest of the shirt entails, but for once we're lost for words.
The majority of the shirt is purple with a splash of green for good effect, with the rest of the detailing coming in the shape of camouflage, leopard print and chevrons - told you we had no idea how to describe it.
We've done our best to sum this shirt up, but in all honesty it's just one of those designs that has to be seen to be believed. And the weirdest part of it all is we actually quite like it.