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1 minute ago, upperV03 said:

Yep, looks like pink shorts with white Adidas stripes. The pink shorts, and to a lesser extent the pink cuffs on the shirt, really save the kit IMO. 

 

Adidas had two shots at pink, and went too light with Miami and too dark with Seattle. Kind of nuts they could get it so wrong.

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Interesting that the white and pink Miami kit does not have the MLS 25 patch. Their black kit has the new logo. I’ll be curious to see which they have come the season.

 

I agree that the shade of pink misses the mark. It is way too pale and doesn’t stand out at all. It needs to be a bit darker to provide more contrast. It’s hard to discern details such the adidas logo and stripes, the sleeve trim, or even to distinguish the shirt and shorts. I don’t love the color balance on the white kit. The badge stands out very sharply (which is fine) but the next most prominent things are the league badges on the sleeves. I’d have preferred to see some color balance elsewhere. It feels off right now.

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10 minutes ago, aawagner011 said:

Interesting that the white and pink Miami kit does not have the MLS 25 patch. Their black kit has the new logo. I’ll be curious to see which they have come the season.

The MLS 25 badges are only on the kits that are on the EQT template (save for Chicago, who has them on their miTeam home kits). Nashville’s primary and Cincinnati’s secondary, both of which are essentially on last year’s template, have the regular MLS badges, just like Miami’s primary. Nashville and Miami’s secondaries, and Cincinnati’s primary, all of which are on the EQT template, have the MLS 25 badges. And then all of the kits being carried over from last year have the regular MLS badges, but with the updated sleeve badge application.

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18 hours ago, upperV03 said:

The MLS 25 badges are only on the kits that are on the EQT template (save for Chicago, who has them on their miTeam home kits). Nashville’s primary and Cincinnati’s secondary, both of which are essentially on last year’s template, have the regular MLS badges, just like Miami’s primary. Nashville and Miami’s secondaries, and Cincinnati’s primary, all of which are on the EQT template, have the MLS 25 badges. And then all of the kits being carried over from last year have the regular MLS badges, but with the updated sleeve badge application.

 

That is... really dumb.

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1 hour ago, Gothamite said:

 

That is... really dumb.

Yep, especially since all of the shirts being carried over from last year were updated for this season to come from Adidas without the sleeve badges, with the badges being applied after the fact with the new heat press application. Could’ve easily had teams go with the MLS 25 badges on those kits this year instead of the regular MLS badges, which would’ve made a lot more sense IMO.

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On 2/24/2020 at 2:02 PM, DG_ThenNowForever said:

Are those at least pink shorts?

 

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On 2/24/2020 at 3:24 PM, THRILLHO said:

I’d love to see these Miami kits in normal light.  The pink shorts may actually make this a nice set afterall.  

 

It certainly looks like pink shorts.  These may not look too bad after all.  I still think the shade of pink is a tad too light, but the contrasting shorts will definitely help.

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On 2/24/2020 at 3:11 PM, DG_ThenNowForever said:

 

Adidas had two shots at pink, and went too light with Miami and too dark with Seattle. Kind of nuts they could get it so wrong.

How dark is Seattle's?  Miami pink looks much lighter than Juventus pink. 

adidas has a shade of pink used for their women's college basketball uniforms used most of the month too as seen from Sunday's Duke@NC State game.

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On 2/26/2020 at 12:53 PM, zigbazah said:

can we agree this home kit i threw together on PES Master would be way better?

edit: i know marriot won't be their sponsor. i just like the look of it with miami.  

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A pink shirt was the slammiest of slam dunks for Miami, and they blew it. It's incredible how badly they blew it.

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Miami really had such a good shot to stand out from the rest of the league, but instead they went totally forgettable and are stuck wearing a black kit at home in South Florida (unless they designate the white kit as the home kit, which would be an even bigger snooze fest). How stupid. 

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