We've waited, we'd help our opinion until we've seen them all in action, but the wait is over.
Home, away, and even third kits are all included, although no third kits made the cut because most of the time they're too crazy, we've narrowed it down to a top ten after much deliberation.
Adidas, Nike, Under Armour, and even JD Sports are represented, here are the top 10 jerseys in the Premier League this season.
#10 - Chelsea Home
The blended lion is a very nice touch, a wonderfully simple jersey with an inoffensive sponsor.
#9 - Man Utd Home
Adidas will see huge numbers in sales thanks to the new arrivals, but the jersey has to be nice as well and while different, this is one of the better home jerseys in years.
#8 - Man Utd Away
United are the only team to feature twice in the top 10, but not quite good enough to make top 5.
The blue jersey has proven to be very popular with fans already.
#7 - Crystal Palace Away
An absoltuely fantastic jersey ruined by a big intrusive sponsor. Would have been top 3 with something more subtle.
#6 - Tottenham Home
Under Armour have improved greatly with their football apparel, and their new Spurs home shirt is excellent. The gold trim with the navy and white looks great.
#5 - Bournemouth Away
A really nice effort from JD Sports for the Bournemouth away jersey, but could a round collar suited it better? Again disappointing sponsor.
#4 - Southampton Home
Under Armour back again, this time the sponsor blends in well and the jersey is an interesting take on the traditional stripes.
#3 - Man City Home
As nice a jersey as City have had in ages, the two shades of blue with the old style logo, this one is a winner.
#2 - Liverpool Away
Simple, but undeniably cool. The collar, the red stripes on the side, and the sponsors and logo all blending mean this one is a big hit with Liverpool fans, and the home jersey just missed out on top 10 too.
#1 - Middlesbrough Away
The best jersey has to be Boro on their return to the Premier League. The home shirt is excellent as well, but the chevrons and colours on the away jersey set it apart. A cracker.