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What a mess with the stripes on the sides and the sleeve area.

I really hate this year's Adidas template. That side panel ruins every striped/hooped kit.

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Southampton should be interesting then. I'm really glad United doesn't wear stripes that much.

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Sacramento:

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That clash looks pretty nice to me, although it's hard to get away from the idea of this being a UC Davis jersey

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This whole MLS-USL partnership is getting very confusing. In today's FC Montreal-TFC II matchup, both clubs wore the crests of their parent clubs. TFC II did not have a shirt sponsor, but used MLS' number font, while FC Montreal did have a shirt sponsor, but used a new number font (and maybe not their regular MLS shirt?).

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Puma has to do something about the fit on these -- why do they have to be so tight? All of the Puma shirts looked ridiculous in the world cup, and they're now so tight they essentially look like women's cuts.

I get that athletic cuts are in style now, but to me this feels like it's going too far.

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Puma has to do something about the fit on these -- why do they have to be so tight? All of the Puma shirts looked ridiculous in the world cup, and they're now so tight they essentially look like women's cuts.

I get that athletic cuts are in style now, but to me this feels like it's going too far.

Drives me nuts watching Arsenal games and seeing how often the players are pulling their shirts down because they keep riding up.

I do like the look of the primary shirt, but that cup shirt is horrid. I don't like anything about it and wish the team would keep their current cup kit for another season.

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I wonder if that's there to show what numbers on the back will look like.

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Puma has to do something about the fit on these -- why do they have to be so tight? All of the Puma shirts looked ridiculous in the world cup, and they're now so tight they essentially look like women's cuts.

I get that athletic cuts are in style now, but to me this feels like it's going too far.

Drives me nuts watching Arsenal games and seeing how often the players are pulling their shirts down because they keep riding up.

I do like the look of the primary shirt, but that cup shirt is horrid. I don't like anything about it and wish the team would keep their current cup kit for another season.

I always thought this is where Adidas gets it right. A nice and loose shirt feels best. IMO they look better too.

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This whole MLS-USL partnership is getting very confusing. In today's FC Montreal-TFC II matchup, both clubs wore the crests of their parent clubs. TFC II did not have a shirt sponsor, but used MLS' number font, while FC Montreal did have a shirt sponsor, but used a new number font (and maybe not their regular MLS shirt?).

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Galaxy 2 does the same as Toronto.

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The retail version of the puma shirts aren't tight

You're right they aren't. I tried one on in Seattle to figure out my size when the time comes to buy one and a large fit perfect. Not tight at all.

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