While Manchester United and Adidas' kit launch was notable for how bizarre and different it was, sparking a new era of kit launches.
But it's not the most lasting talking point of United's new gear. That honour belongs to the women's jerseys, complete with a plunging neck line with the thought apparently being it would be more comfortable or appealing to women.
It looks like it's backfired on them, with a number of female United fans speaking out over the design, but not everyone is unhappy:
Seriously @adidas?! why is the V neck so low compared with mens one? Some of us don't like to show cleavage. @ManUtd pic.twitter.com/km4nOPs0nK
— HM (@MUnitedGirl) August 1, 2015
@MUnitedGirl @adidasfootball womens kit was both horrendous and sexist. Shame since they did a great job on the mens kit.
— Roy A. (@aurstaden) August 1, 2015
@MUnitedGirl I feel the same way tbh. Some of us don't have cleavage to show. Hence the low cut? It's a struggle.
— Dr Lara the Wombraider Norris (@Lar7aNorr1s) August 1, 2015
@Lar7aOlivier @MUnitedGirl I'm going men's sadly. Can't be having that cut.
— Hayles (@Hayles_101) August 1, 2015
While others are pleased that there is a women's jersey to fit them, even though Nike also produced female jerseys: