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2017/18 Soccer Kits

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On 12/5/2016 at 3:40 PM, anythinglogos said:

It's time, these usually start around this time of the year and there really isn't anything else left to discuss pertaining to 2016/17. 

 

Spurs and Chelsea moving to Nike, so look out for those 2.

Was it ever officially announced that Spurs would be moving to Nike? I can't seem to find anything online that was official.

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Sort-of off-topic, but along with a new stadium to be called Wanda Metropolitano, Atletico Madrid will have their logo changed for next season.

 

New:

 

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Current:

 

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That's a really good modernization. The current logo has a strong design, but looks like it was rendered in MS Paint. The new logo fixes that entirely.

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Atleti fans seem to strongly dislike it; I don't think it's bad. More streamlined yes,inferior no.

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DryWorld seems to be failing pretty bad on football, the big brazilian guys they sponsored this season (Atlético Mineiro and Fluminense) are ending their contract after just one year, and Watford announced a deal with Adidas.

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Agree. It's a great refinement (Atleti logo). But, I have no understanding of the history of the team/crest so I'm going purely on visual aspects of it.

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Also, this weekend is the last games for the brazilian league will be played, and sice it will be the first games since the Chapecoense accident happened, most (if not all) teams will wear special kits or at least some special patch honoring them on their uniforms. I'll try to cover each one of them here on sunday

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9 hours ago, OlavoP said:

DryWorld seems to be failing pretty bad on football, the big brazilian guys they sponsored this season (Atlético Mineiro and Fluminense) are ending their contract after just one year, and Watford announced a deal with Adidas.

 

That's too bad. I was glad to see another kit maker entering the game (and a Canadian one to boot). I really liked their kits for Watford and QPR this year. Hopefully it's a hiccup and not the end for DryWorld...

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Maybe purely anecdotal, but does it seem that the Watford kits are not as form fitting? It's strange but the the shirts look looser than most others. Not saying that is an issue at all but it's definitely different.

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21 minutes ago, MJWalker45 said:

Any info on what the issues are? 

 

I read that Dryworld had been unable to honour their agreements with a number of teams - in terms of unpaid monies and late delivery of replica and training wear - resulting in the contracts being terminated early.

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That's pretty bad then. I know a few Nike teams had issues because there gear was delayed by another country. But that's not something they could control. 

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5 hours ago, Jaffa said:

 

I read that Dryworld had been unable to honour their agreements with a number of teams - in terms of unpaid monies and late delivery of replica and training wear - resulting in the contracts being terminated early.

yeah, stuff among those lines.

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Boca Raton are the only one there I can see some potential in. Really messy stuff

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Way too many roundels! Nashville looks like a 1980's video game logo.

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Boca Raton has the class crest of that bunch. Kitsap and FC Arizona are pretty good, too. Then it's a bunch of "okay" until you get to Inter Nashville. That's a clusterbomb.

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Lol @ that Nashville logo... it indeed reminds me of the 80s-90s. There's only like 3-4 decent logos in there!

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Shame to lose an established club, but I really like that monogram. 

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