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  1. Had another design idea, and whipped it up real quickly today. I'm not convinced that I love it, but I kinda like it.
  2. Thanks for the feedback! I didn't want the sash to go past the shoulder line. To me that'd be too much, but it's very subjective. And as far as the number of stripes, the red in between the back count as stripes just like the inaugural kit and logo, so in those contexts it's 5 stripes.
  3. I have 2 more kit concepts for Atlanta United FC. One is an updated version of a concept I did back in 2018 that combines the "5 Stripes" identity with the Golden Spike used in the club's branding and origin story. The other is a sash concept to change up the aesthetic a little bit, but still attempted to keep the look classic and clean.
  4. Atlanta United came up with the logo that appears on the socks, or at least it’s approximately what they did. I’m not married to it being on the socks, I just thought it needed another element to tie in better with the top.
  5. True. But, I don't think they'll always stick with a 5 stripes design for their shirt. Atlanta can still be "The Five Stripes" because of their logo. I just like the idea of a 5 stripe design for an anniversary kit for nostalgia.
  6. Their inaugural uniform had 5 stripes, as does the logo, so they became known as “The Five Stripes”. The identity coincided with great success as well, so the fan base is partial to it.
  7. 2021 brings a new home kit for Atlanta United. I know gradients/fades are gimmicky and don't hold up well over time, but I don't hate it in this context for some reason. I'm at least hoping Atlanta goes back to the 5 stripes aesthetic that they're originally known for. I also hope they do something special for their 5th anniversary playing in ATL to make this edition more fun and collectible.
  8. I agree that I'd rather see the ATL cap as a spring training or BP cap. I don't even like the red tomahawk A cap that they used to wear with the old red Sunday unis. The ATL mark may also be a decent sleeve patch.
  9. You may be right. It may work better on a hat in combo with their main script on the uni.
  10. I recently had an idea for an alternate Braves road uniform. It falls more in line the Atlanta's ivory home alternate throwback. I think it's got the classic, simple aesthetic with the more modern "ATL" moniker.