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BornKjun
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World Cup Kits

Don't follow soccer much, but how long has Netherlands abandoned the color Orange? (second from left on bottom)

LINK


lsupride87
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Do you not see the orange jersey?

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Glorious
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USA’s are complete dog shite. Thanks Nike




It’s sad how some dickhead with photoshop can do a better job than these people


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DomincDecoco
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speak english dammit.


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BornKjun
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Looks gold

This is Orange



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lsupride87
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They are far from dogshit










BornKjun
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Also, compare the orange logo in the blue jersey with the "gold" jersey.

It's not an orange jersey


Glorious
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Hard disagree. Among other things, the center crest just looks clunky
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KosmoCramer
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Among other things, the center crest just looks clunky


What? Which of these would you prefer?

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BlackCoffeeKid
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the center crest just looks clunky

The center crest trend needs to die.

Same goes for making jerseys look like warm-up shirts.


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Glorious
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No I love the logo just not the placement


KosmoCramer
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Got it


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BlackCoffeeKid
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Over 100 years later and the 1916 crest is still the best one in my opinion.


BornKjun
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Over 100 years later and the 1916 crest is still the best one in my opinion.


I somewhat agree. However, maybe the number of stars is the issue?
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High C
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They are far from dog shite


Nah, they’re dog shite. Is that blue camo? It actually looks better than the white, too.


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GumpInLex
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1916 logo is the GOAT

I have the shirt the team wore in (i think) 2013 with that logo. Looks damn good


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RedPop4
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Good Lord, I can NOT stand Nike. I try hard to be an optimist and find something to like about almost anything. However. That IS complete dog shite.

I get why the do it, because so many morons will go out and buy nearly every iteration of football shirts just to have them and not look "dated" (there's a word I wish would die.)

The 2010 or so kits, with the sash, looked great, as did the 1995 kit with the large hoop.

As for the badge, I prefer the older ones, 1916, 1950, the 1995 is pretty solid, as well.


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Fun Bunch
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They are far from dogshit


They are atrocious dude. They are getting universally roasted.
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Yellerhammer5
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The Americans’ home white jerseys “draw inspiration from the United States’ diversity and storied legacy across a variety of sports, leagues and associations,” Nike said in a release. It has red, white and blue stripes on the sleeves and socks, swooshes on the sleeves reminiscent of American football jerseys, an enlarged center crest intended to look like basketball jerseys, a construction and pattern similar to a hockey jersey and block lettering for players’ names and numbers.


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Nike said that the away jersey “celebrates diversity, youth, and unity” and was inspired by “design techniques found throughout the American fashion and streetwear industry.” Nike designers used an ice-dying technique to create the jersey’s blue and black design. It has bright red accents on the sides and a subtle textured pattern behind the dyed colors.



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