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As a Carolina fan I'm a bit conflicted - some football die hards typically don't really like argyle to be placed on the jersey...and I think most applications trying to do so look a little out of wack. That being said, I think it would be a good idea to utilize argyle throughout the athletic program because its distinctive, and quite frankly, can look great if done right. So I tried to implement the argyle in a subtle way throughout the jerseys ... here goes:

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I think using the uniform's random and excessive stitching pattern as panels for the sublimated argyle is the wrong route to go. I don't think the sublimated argyle itself is a bad idea but I think there are better ways of incorporating it into the jersey, examples being the numbers and helmet decals you've used.

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Forgive me, since I'm not at all versed on this subject, but I wonder why, if argyle is being introduced into a uniform set, then one of the first steps wouldn't be to make the socks argyle. Of course, there may be a reason that I'm not aware of, but it seems like that would be an obvious direction to go, since I've rarely heard argyle being mentioned when not pertaining to the pattern being applied to socks.

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