Arsenal's new kit for 2015/16 leaked on Twitter

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The phenomenon of football kit leaks is something that simply would not have happened before the era of Internetting began.

We live in a time where people share for the sake of sharing, where the Queen photobombs and David Cameron tweets Barack Obama a picture of himself on the phone to Barack Obama.

This is the age of freedom, a time where we don't have to wait for new kits to come out officially, a time where we simply won't wait for kits to come out officially.

We want kit leaks and we want them now. Now those lucky Arsenal fans have had that urge fulfilled.

One can only imagine what Puma have come up with in their second attempt to create an Arsenal shirt. A red shirt with white sleeves, maybe?

With Puma set to announce Arsenal's new kit in a matter of days, the Gunners megastore has probably already taken delivery of the new design, ranging from the XXXS version usually sported by the players to the XXXL a growing number of fans require.

It was inevitable that one of Arsenal's many underpaid store workers would whip out their smartphone and gain some much-desired publicity on social media sites by snapping a snap of this new kit. Well done, Mr. or Ms. Arsenal employee, you have executed your role in this growingly tiresome cycle excellently.

So here is the kit in all its glory

Official confirmation

For those of you who don't like rumours, firstly what are you doing on this website? Secondly, you won't have to wait long to get the official look at Arsenal's new kit as Puma announced that they will reveal the design in just four days time, 15 June.

So what do we think?

Who would have thought? It is red with white sleeves. Of course, there are also a couple of buttons involved, which is sure to mean a slight increase in price.

If you don't like it then please do not worry. As part of Puma's five-year deal with Arsenal, worth £30m a season, they are allowed to produce new home, away and cup kits every season. Every season!

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