Premier League and Newcastle United all time top scorer, Alan Shearer has scored a fair few in his time. The man that just loved to see the net bulge and run away in joy with his right arm aloft, has also worn a number of equally top notch kits throughout his Career. That's why we fancy taking a look at the cream of the crop, since he made his debut in the late eighties.
Southampton home 1987/89
The one that is universally accepted as a 'beauty' - Hummel's incredible chevron design from the late eighties. No wonder Big Al moved all the way down south to start his career at the Dell... this shirt is as synonymous to English Football almost as much as the lethal striker himself.
Blackburn home 1994/95
It would be impossible to miss this one out - being the only shirt Shearer wore which he won a major honour in, this Blackburn home shirt from 94/95 is no doubt a Rovers classic.
Newcastle home 1995/97
When Alan 'came back home' in 1996 he got to wore the famous Grandad Collar adidas home shirt in his first season. Combine the collar with a cracking Newcastle Brown Ale sponsor - it is just the perfect combo for a team boasting such talent as this side had.
England home 1995/97
Al had a whale of a time in this simple, yet decent England classic from 1996 - when Football came home for a month. Worn back in the day when England actually seemed to have a chance at major tournaments, Umbro certainly didn't over complicate this one. Made iconic by his goals at euro 96, it reminds every England Fan about the good old days where we still never actually won anuthing but were close.
Newcastle home 2005/07
Perhaps not the most iconic of his career, but it was worn during his final campaign during 2005/06 and more significantly, when he became Newcastle's record goalscorer. This was the shirt that also saw Newcastle on the decline, as they failed to adequately replace the number 9.