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  1. The white cuffs look out of place and with black pants, the color balance is way off.
  2. Similar to when the Rangers adopted the new template and the lettering was narrowed to fit, the lettering on this has been narrowed and truncated to fit. As such, it looks way worse. There was significantly more real estate to work with back in the CCM days and a lengthy word such as "Pittsburgh" had room to breathe. The lettering fit the space nicely. The new version looks like a cheap knockoff, sadly.
  3. Soooooooooooo close. The white accents on the blue jersey are completely unnecessary. Regardless, a marked improvement.
  4. Ajax released their new home kit with that lousy Adidas template as well. And like LCFC, they added a stripe in the extended sleeve cuff that helps out a bit. But that collar treatment (for this template) leaves so much to be desired.
  5. Revs adding sponsors logos on their sleeves as well. As a Revs fan, I'd be more than happy to see either of these replace our current primary sponsor (United Healthcare) for a multitude of reasons.
  6. Liverpool home leak: https://www.footyheadlines.com/2019/09/nike-liverpool-20-21-home-kit.html
  7. I'd actually say the advent of tighter fitting jerseys was in 2001 when Colorado was outfitted by Kappa. Those jerseys were almost like biking jerseys they were so tight:
  8. So, one thing I just noticed: Sporting KC is using the solid option for the new #MLS font for their names this season. Looks so much better than the open font option most of the league is going to use. (See 0:54 for the Revs' names)
  9. See, I think some yellow outlining would be historically appropriate and really pop in conjunction with the red, while also helping to further differentiate it from DCU's style.
  10. This from Business Insider: Is that the new Korea kit?
  11. Except they haven't always been an all-navy team. This season's look hearkens back to their inaugural look in 96:
  12. The names will be lost from a distance. Either the solid areas need to be bolder or the negative areas a bit thinner.