Pep Guardiola's thrilling brand of attacking football has made Manchester City stand out from the crowd in recent seasons - and their new limited edition kit will, too.
City have unveiled a "celebration" shirt to mark six years of partnership with Nike, in which time they have won two Premier League titles and four League Cups.
The club will wear Puma kits from next season following the announcement of a 10-year deal with City Football Group worth £650million.
Nike's final strip, described by City as a "mashup", features sections of nine different shirts from the past six years, creating an eye-catching patchwork effect.
Modelled by John Stones, Phil Foden and Kevin de Bruyne in Monday's launch, it is certainly an interesting look, as you can see below...