These are the sickest kits that dropped this week.
Double-winning Real Madrid might beat the MLS All Stars when they face off later this summer, but the MLS All Stars will at least be able to take solace in the fact that they’ll definitely be the best dressed.
The 2017 All Star kit, which seems to draw inspiration from the best United States national team kit of all time, has a blue base with a pattern of faded white American stars and maple leaves — to represent both the U.S.- and Canada-based MLS teams — running diagonally from the right.
The Target sponsor logo, too, is simple enough that it doesn’t draw away from the good-looking graphic.
Scottish Premiership club Partick Thistle have released a kit sick enough that people might get distracted from just how terrifying their mascot is.
Their new away kit for next season is predominantly black, with the club’s colors — yellow and red — used as applications along the v-neck collar and in a horizontal stripe, almost looking like paint brush strokes, running from the right sleeve in and across the chest.
The yellow is reflected in the club crest and jersey sponsor, while the red is reflected in the stripes down the shorts.
Returning to the Bundesliga in style, German side Hannover 96 released a new home kit which fades from red on top to dark red on the bottom. It’s topped off with a simple yet classy white collar, with shoulder applications adding a bit more style.
While the jersey itself might seem a bit plain, what truly makes PSG’s new away kit sick is the history behind it.
PSG and Brazil have always been intertwined, with the Ligue 1 club having been founded the same year Brazil won their third World Cup (1970) and the country having been the second-most represented nation at the club (29 players all-time). Currently on the squad is Marquinhos, Maxwell, and Lucas.
Therefore, next year’s PSG away kit will be simply yellow like a Brazil home shirt. The thin stripse under the sleeve down the side, which are green for Brazil, will be navy for PSG.
MIDFLD, the clothing line made by Tarrytown, NY’s Village Soccer Shop, teamed up with the Terrace Club to pay homage to AC Milan’s incredible — and invincible — 1991-92 squad.
Crisp black and red stripes, a striking yellow star where the club crest would go, and the sleek application of both Terrace Club and MIDFLD logos make it the perfect combination of new and retro.
You can find this sick kit here.
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