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  1. Hey everyone, @raysox put out a .ai and .svg version of his new soccer template a few months ago. I've been able to translate most of it over to .psd with some minor differences. These is currently only a small selection of collar styles for each template. Hopefully I will have some more by the end of summer. Click the link below for the NuSoccer template: I also translated much of the original template to .psd, you can find that here: Please let me know if you have any issues and a big S/O to Raysox for the original!
  2. Hey, all. I have a short story to share with you. In the fall/winter of 1999, I was a 15-year-old high school freshman. I've always liked bright, shiny colors (to the extent that, even as a heterosexual male, I thought Lisa Frank school supplies were really cool), but there was a definite trend in the late 90s and early 00s toward dark colors like navy and black. The one exception to that rule seemed to be metallic colors, which were commonly pretty bold (the exact opposite of the matte trend of today). Anyway, in the 1999 JC Penney Christmas Catalog, there were Puma NFL jackets and hats in metallic colors. They were not team-specific, just having the NFL shield on the front and back and the numbers "00" on the arms. The jackets were available in gold, silver, copper, and ice blue; you could get a matching hat for all but copper. I really liked the copper color so I asked for that, and it was my main Christmas present that year. I was a little disappointed I hadn't gotten one that had a hat to match it, but I'm not a hat person anyway, on account of having a huge head and lots of hair. 16+ years after the fact, I still have that jacket. It has held up very, very well aside from a tear in one of the pockets, and still looks almost new (albeit horribly out of style). It's one of the warmest jackets I've ever had, and I still sometimes wear it during the winter. It's a very bright metallic copper with matte copper buttons and matte copper-and-black striped collar and cuffs. I don't have a picture at the moment (I have one on my Facebook account but am on a public computer at the moment and don't want to log in; I can post it this afternoon once I get home and can use my laptop), but that's kind of the point: I have been unable to find any pictures online of ANY other jackets of that style---not just copper, but any of the colors they offered. I'm guessing they didn't sell super well, but I figured if anyone would remember them it would be you guys. So I'm asking a question: did/do any of you guys have one of those jackets too? If not, do you remember someone who did, or remember seeing them in the catalog? Do any of you happen to have the 1999 JC Penney Christmas catalog or know where I can find a scan of one? I really like my jacket and think it would be cool get some proof that I'm not the only person in the history of Earth to own one. Thanks in advance, and if this belongs in the requests section, please let me know and I'll move it there.
  3. I'm not sure why it is so hard for Puma to make a decent soccer uniform so I threw this together for Arsenal. Let me know what you guys think and I'm open to suggestions so fire away. **Edit**
  4. With rumors that Arsenal are hitting with Puma to have the highest partnership of the football world (on financial issue), I decided to make this concept a possible third for the club, the detail is not made ​​in template, but with image manipulation. Commenting Please.
  5. I saw these a few weeks ago but never made a thread.Since I hadn't seen them talked about, here is something cool. For the African Football Cup of Nations, all the Puma teams had kits designed by artists in each country. They filmed 6 videos for them, and they're linked below