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6 hours ago, pepis21 said:

Argentina GK:

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Yeesh. A nod to the German population in Buenos Aires?

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On 11/4/2017 at 11:01 AM, upperV03 said:

Spain and Mexico keeper shirts:

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With everything else being 90s'ed they couldn't hook the Mexico keepers up with some wild Campos-style shirts?

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when will we see the kits of the last qualified teams?

Edit:

I just found Sweden, what a bore. Adidas and Nike are trash.

Hope Denmark can come up with something great, like the last set.

 

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2 hours ago, jerseyjunk said:

when will we see the kits of the last qualified teams?

Edit:

I just found Sweden, what a bore. Adidas and Nike are trash.

Hope Denmark can come up with something great, like the last set.

 

denmark_2016_2017_hummel_away_kit_a.jpg

 

This is their current kit, not sure if they revealed it this year or previously. Their womens team uniform puts the flag on the right hip. 

 

Since Sweden wasn't guaranteed to get in I could see adidas shorting them in the design department.

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11 minutes ago, MJWalker45 said:

Since Sweden wasn't guaranteed to get in I could see adidas shorting them in the design department.

The new Sweden home shirt is inspired by the 1988 version:

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The pattern is much more subtle than it was on the original, which is why the shirt looks so plain at first glance. I definitely wouldn’t say they shorted them in the design department though, as there’s a clear influence from the 1988 home shirt, just as the other Adidas WC kits take inspiration from ‘80’s and ‘90’s designs.

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4 hours ago, MJWalker45 said:

Probably February and March. They'll want to show them off for friendlies.

 

Adidas releases home kits in November, away kits in March.

Nike releases home & away kits in March.

 

that's been the cycle at least for the past 10-15 years

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Just now, KOREA said:

 

Adidas releases home kits in November, away kits in March.

Nike releases home & away kits in March.

 

that's been the cycle at least for the past 10-15 years

Nike will also stagger the release times depending on big name friendlies or special kits. The USA 2006 kits were released in January just prior to a February friendly vs Guatemala in Dallas. I remember it because it was colder in Dallas than in Manchester, England the week before. It also made me appreciate the overhangs that European clubs almost always have at the grounds, but that almost no MLS club did at the time.

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20 hours ago, upperV03 said:

The new Sweden home shirt is inspired by the 1988 version:

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The pattern is much more subtle than it was on the original, which is why the shirt looks so plain at first glance. I definitely wouldn’t say they shorted them in the design department though, as there’s a clear influence from the 1988 home shirt, just as the other Adidas WC kits take inspiration from ‘80’s and ‘90’s designs.

LOL..... looks like LA Lakers before and after the Nike switch!

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Why are FIFA rules so unnecessarily complicated? They need to relax those rules a lot and allow the teams and manufacturers more freedom!

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9 hours ago, Pabig said:

Why are FIFA rules so unnecessarily complicated? They need to relax those rules a lot and allow the teams and manufacturers more freedom!

Quoting Tacitus, the corrupt state has numerous laws

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On 12/6/2017 at 4:02 PM, MJWalker45 said:

Nike will also stagger the release times depending on big name friendlies or special kits. The USA 2006 kits were released in January just prior to a February friendly vs Guatemala in Dallas. I remember it because it was colder in Dallas than in Manchester, England the week before. It also made me appreciate the overhangs that European clubs almost always have at the grounds, but that almost no MLS club did at the time.

 

Yeah that's true, but almost all Nike supplied kits are released March because in January/February there are no official FIFA A-Match days. But if countries do have friendlies in those months sometimes they will release it a month or two early for them like that USA 2006 one you mentioned 

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