BBC Sport are looking for the Premier League kit which is the favourite of neutral fans.
With 25 years worth to choose from, there is plenty of options.
They have picked out 10 – a mixture of home, away, and third kits, asking people to vote online.
The voting is still open and with 23,153 votes cast, this is how the standing currently look:
Which of these kits from the Premier League is your favourite?
9% Norwich home 1992-94
6% Man Utd third strip 1995/96
7 % Liverpool away 1996/97
29% Newcastle United home 1995/97
3% Middlesbrough away 1996/97
22% Arsenal home 2005/06
4% Chelsea away 2007/08
6% Everton away 2010/11
5% Man City home 2011/12
8% Man Utd home 2015/16
Newcastle and Arsenal are way out in the lead with over half of the votes between them so far and these are the BBC Sport write-ups on these two designs:
Newcastle United (Home) 1995-97 – Black and white town
‘An absolute peach of a kit, this. One for the purists.
Block colours, baggy fit, grandad collar, typical of its era, and a local brewery sponsor. Find a mercurial talent like David Ginola to wear it, and this is pure kit-porn.
The fact that this kit also coincided with the Magpies making two cavalier but doomed-to-fail title bids under Kevin Keegan and this Toon masterpiece ticks all the right boxes.’
Arsenal (Home) 2005-06 – Farewell to Highbury and the title
‘In 2005, as Arsenal prepared to wave farewell to their famous old ground Highbury, the club introduced this darker ‘Redcurrant’ home shirt to commemorate the kits worn by players during their first season at the ground.’
If Newcastle have exactly 29% of the 23,153 votes cast so far, that would be 6,714.
If you would like to add your vote then go HERE and click the Newcastle kit towards the bottom of the feature (no date stated as to when voting stops).