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  1. That's a Palace kit. Always nice to see a London team playing homage to another London team
  2. I don't really care for the overall template, and I'm obviously biased, but I think it works well with DC United, possibly thanks to their history of having three huge stripes on the shirt anyway. Plus the red cuffs help with the color balance.
  3. Love the Washington Road "Historic" Cap. That's a sweet design.
  4. Oxford United away shirt for next season. I like how clean it is, love a good sash. Dislike the white club crest and the white patches around the Singh's creature in the sponsor logo
  5. Still wish that Spurs sponsor didn't insist on red.
  6. Oxford United launching their home kit:
  7. New Oxford United home shirt. New sponsor, new manufacturer and a brighter yellow;
  8. It almost looks like it's photoshopped on to me. It also immediately make me think of Boca Juniors.
  9. Penny Hardaway in non-Magic uniforms seems so wrong to me.
  10. The Kansas City chiefs have the worst, most bland uniform set in the entire NFL, and their insistence on turtlenecks in the player profile pictures is stupid.
  11. In the same vein as Bruce Smith, here's Prime Time
  12. Airport I've flown in/out of most often: Local & Localish: And two from my youth as a not lost_limey
  13. Interestingly, Oxford United's away kit is the exact reverse of their home kit, and IMHO, the color balance doesn't work at all. Details from the Club shop Shirt Shorts Socks I guess this means that they can mix and match and do Monochrome Yellow and Navy as well. Apparently last year's Away will be available as a third kit per the wonderful Oxford United Kit History site: http://oxfordkits.com/2016.html