Nike has signaled the start of the new season with the launch of its latest line of boots, the Lighting Storm Pack, featuring new colourways for all four silos – the Hypervenom II (Total Orange and Green Strike), the Mercurial line (Hyper Pink), the Magista (Turquoise Blue) and the Tiempo V (Green Strike) – the Lightning Storm pack represents a flashy, though simplistic, start to the season.

Arsenal Reveal 15/16 Puma Away Kit
Arsenal are currently in Singapore preparing their pre-season, and it was the perfect chance to unveil their new away kit for the 15/16 season in front of their faithful Asian fans. A big screen revealed the jersey, covered by lightning and boldness. The jersey is victory gold, with a striking diamond front pattern on the front and back, combined with black iris on the crew neck, shoulders and sleeves, as well as the lower back.

Chelsea Release 2015/16 Home kit
Coming off of the back of a dominant campaign, reigning Premier League Champions, Chelsea, have unveiled its new look adidas home kit for the 2015/16 season. Though at first glance a pretty standard Chelsea home kit – it is, after all, blue – adidas drew inspiration from several classic kits from the 80s. Specifically, the white and red trim at the collar, sleeves, shorts and socks along with the vertical pinstripes hark back to fan favourites from the past 30 years.

Liverpool Reveal 2015/16 New Balance Away Kit
ew Balance and Liverpool have rejuvenated a club classic in the form of the new 2015/16 away kit. The Reds are no strangers to white away kits, having first worn the colour from 1892-1896 and thereafter during some of the club’s iconic moments. The predominantly white aesthetic has been complemented by a gradient mesh jacquard offering depth and perspective and strong accents of red in the collar, crests and taping to the sleeves.

Everton Unveil 2015/16 Away Kit
Premier League side Everton FC have unveiled their away kit for the 2015/16 season on Tuesday. The kit comes in white with gray and black details. The collar is a thin crew neck style in white on the front and black in the back. The sleeves have gray horizontal stripes, with black Umbro wordmarks within the pattern on both arms. The back of the shirt has a black NSNO insignia under the collar, AND Everton’s crest appears in monochrome on the jersey, with black outline and details.

This completes our recap for this week. Keep an eye on the blog for the upcoming releases and the latest soccer-related news!