The sun is finally out, empty Easter egg boxes are everywhere and the clocks have sprung forward.
All of which means one thing - it's kit leak season.
And this year is proving to be no different as a quick Twitter search brings up plenty of mocked up designs showing purported Premier League kits for next season.
Are most them of complete rubbish, the pure imagination of a fan with a laptop and too much time on his or her hands? Undoubtedly.
But in among the made-up designs are often the real deal. Here we've compiled 2017/18's 'leaked kits' from the Premier League and beyond...
ARSENAL - CONFIRMED
Arsenal have unveiled their new home kit for next season in collaboration with Puma.
The launch featured both Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil, who have been linked with moves away due to just one year remaining on both their deals.
One slight concern will be a glitch on the Gunners' website, which shows Danny Welbeck and No7 when selecting the player's name on the club's online store.
BOURNEMOUTH - CONFIRMED
Bournemouth have shown off their new number alongside Umbro for the new season.
The Cherries, now an established Premier League outfit, included a promo short film to illustrate their remarkable rise over the last few years.
Eddie Howe will be keen to push the club on with big-money signings like Jermain Defoe likely to join.
Adam Smith, Simon Francis and Benik Afobe star in the launch.
BURNLEY - CONFIRMED
Burnley have revealed the kit they will be wearing for the 2017/18 season.
The Clarets shocked the Premier League by easing to a 16th placed finish - having been predicted to finish in the relegation places.
It was the Turf Moor based outfit's third season in the Premier League and the first they had avoided an immediate drop back to the Championship.
The new kit remains in the club's traditional claret and blue colours and the club will be sponsored by Dafabet once again.
According to the club's website: "The new kit features a button-up collar, with hidden detail and carries a blue, embroidered Puma badge on the right chest.
"Blue, panelled sleeves are enhanced by the claret ‘ascension’ stripe, made up of half-tone, small, circular patterns, leading to a claret cuff.
"The matching pattern also emerges on the sides of the blue shorts, while blue socks with claret trim complete the new look."
CHELSEA - LEAKED
The record breaking £900m contract replaces Chelsea existing partnership with adidas .
It is the most lucrative commercial deal in history at Stamford Bridge and the American sportswear giant is set to enter with Antonio Conte’s men as champions.
And if these designs, mocked-up by Blues fanzine site Breathe Chelsea are true, Conte’s men will certainly look like champions.
The purported home strip is dominated by Blue, with a darker shade of navy running down the sleeves.
The apparent away number is a white themed kit with silver sleeves and shorts completing the stylish look.
And a camouflaged black away design stands out with an electric sky blue trim on the rounded collar and socks.
Crystal Palace - CONFIRMED
Crystal Palace have released their home kit for the 2017-18 season.
Sam Allardyce's side will wear their traditional red and blue strips as they confirmed their place in the Premier League.
It features the five boroughs at the heart of south London that converge at Crystal Palace - Bromley, Croydon, Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark - on the back of the shirt.
Chairman Steve Parish said: "We are incredibly proud of our South London roots and wanted to celebrate this in our new home kit design."
The kit is made by Macron and a sponsor will be announced later in the summer.
EVERTON - CONFIRMED
The new strip features new sponsors SportPesa for the first time.
The African betting firm has signed a five year agreement with the Blues, which is apparently the most “lucrative” in their history.
The new design sees the club return to the classic Umbro diamond graphic running down the sleeves and a contrasting diamond pattern featuring on the side of the shorts, combining the spirit of the past with the excitement of the future.
The #TogetherBlue campaign was inspired by the legacy of Dixie Dean, a local player, Evertonian and Club legend who scored an astonishing 383 goals in his 12 years at Goodison Park, including an unbeaten 60 league strikes in a single campaign.
In honour of this, the design includes a Dixie Dean motif on the back of the neck, as chosen by Evertonians earlier this season in a fan vote through the Club’s official Fans’ Forum.
HOME - CONFIRMED
The Foxes launched the stylish home kit alongside the 'Be Fearless' caption - hours after being thumped by Tottenham.
Sadly for Leicester fans, the Premier League champions badges have gone but there is still some gold in there.
Some fancy sleeve detail has been added alongside a single-button ribbed collar.
HOME - CONFIRMED
Fans can now pre-order the new Liverpool home kit for next season as the club mark their 125th anniversary.
The red shirt features a retro design, complete with a special commutative badge that marks the dates 1892 and 2017 either side of the Liver bird badge.
The new design is available to order from selected online and high street stores including Sports Direct and Kitbag , as well as from the official Liverpool FC store - who are giving away a £10 voucher with every new shirt purchase.
AWAY - LEAKED
Liverpool's new away jersey could be similar to the iconic green and white one that they wore in 1995/96.
The Reds have already launched their home kit for next season, designed by New Balance, which shows off a retro design.
And their away kit could also be inspired by one of their most popular kits of yesteryear - as they could wear green and white quarters next season.
An image has been leaked on Twitter of a predominately white shirt, which has thin light green striped panels.
It is accompanied by a black collar, club badge and sponsor, in what appears to be a modernised version of the shirt worn by the likes of Jason McAteer, Phil Babb, Stan Collymore, John Barnes and Jamie Redknapp.
The shorts are expected to be black, with white socks.
HOME - LEAKED
Could this leak Manchester United shirt be appearing at a football ground near you soon?
Red Devils fans probably won't grumble if this latest design that has appeared on Footy Headlines is being worn by their players, as it's a decent effort.
It's red, which is a good start, features black and white piping around the sleeves and the three Adidas stripes on the shoulder. Why mess with the classics, eh?
If this does prove to be the real deal then it will no doubt be the lightest shirt ever made that makes players move faster, jump higher, be able to run through fire and hover. Or something.
What we do know for certain is that Adidas will be releasing the new shirt in the summer as they enter the third year of their decade-long £750million deal.
AWAY - CONFIRMED
Manchester United's away strip for the 2017/18 season has been officially released.
The all-black kit has plenty of similarities with the away strip worn under Louis van Gaal's side in 2015/16.
In fact, the only difference is the orange trim has been replaced by white.
The strip is inspired by the trademark Adidas look and will likely be a hit with the Old Trafford faithful.
HOME - LEAKED
Man City have unveiled their new home kit for the 2017/18 season with Kevin De Bruyne, Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane modelling at the launch.
Pep Guardiola's side will sport a design based on the title-winning side of 1967/68 with the added detail of maroon-banded socks.
The classic City blue shirt, which included a round-neck with white trim, is matched with white shorts.
TOTTENHAM - LEAKED
Spurs are reaching the end of their five-year agreement with Under Armour and will be sporting a Nike kit next season.
According to American fans on Twitter, the almost completely white shirt is already on sale Stateside - with the official unveiling on July 1.
In another snap the shirts on the mannequins around a New York store appear to be those of other clubs, such as Manchester City, but the shirts appear to be the real deal.
So fingers cross this is the proper kit as it looks pretty swish.
WEST HAM - CONFIRMED
The Hammers face the prospect of life on the road when the new campaign gets underway.
And due to the set-up of the retractable seating at the stadium, Slaven Bilic’s men may not kick a ball at home until September.
But captain Noble is relishing the prospect of playing - especially now the east London club’s stylish new black change strip has been unveiled.
Read Noble's comments on the new kit and all things West Ham here.
And the home kit is not bad either...
WEST BROM - CONFIRMED
The Baggies involved just about everybody for their new kit trailer, which can be seen below.
Ben Foster, Salomon Rondon, Jake Livermore, Darren Fletcher, Jonny Evans, Allan Nyom, Chris Brunt, Matt Phillips, James Morrison and Nacer Chadli all feature.
The Baggies will be aiming for another comfortable season away from the relegation scrap and with the squad singing from the same hymn sheet as Tony Pulis, that should be a formality.
Kits from around Europe
BARCELONA - LEAKED
Barcelona's design for their third kit for next season has been 'leaked' - and the colour is a dark red.
Media in Spain are already speculating that new sponsor Rakuten is behind it.
After Gerard Pique got negotiations with the Japanese firm underway back in 2015 by organising a dinner for Hiroshi Mikitani, the CEO of Rakuten, and Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu, a deal was eventually reached for one of the biggest shirt sponsorships in world football.
Worth £47m a year and stretching from 2017-18 until the end of the 2021-2022 season, Barcelona will earn at least £188m and more if they win certain trophies, with an emphasis on the Champions League.
In return, Rakuten become the club's main sponsor and not only get to have their brand name printed across the chests of Lionel Messi, Neymar, Luis Suarez and Co, but it seems the influence may go further too.
In Japan, Rakuten have a baseball team called the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles, who wear a similar colour shirt to Barcelona's apparent new third kit.
Barcelona's new first kit for next season was recently revealed too, with a minor twist on the classic red and blue seeing the width of the stripes varied.