From Europe to Africa, these are the sickest kits that dropped this week.
The Zambian national team has brought in a kit supplier for the first time since 2014, and what Mafro has designed for country is incredible.
The kit draws from Zambia’s flag, boasting a green background with red, black, and orange stripes. The stripes stream down from the front collar and fade into the green background about halfway down the shirt. There is also another orange stripe under each arm.
Though the home kit is plain orange with a green collar, the third kit returns to this same design, replacing the green base with white.
Turkish side Galatasaray have given their traditional half-and-half shirts a new spin for the 2017/18 season. Like usual, the red and yellow is split down the middle, but a rectangle across the chest inverts the color scheme for a single block of checkerboard.
In one final update, the non-colorblocked rest of the shirt is filled in with yellow rather than red this year.
It’s really hard to go wrong with an all-black kit, and West Ham’s away kit for next year is no exception.
The kit is all black with bright blue highlights along the sleeve, the Umbro marker, and the crest.
It is their first time with an all-black kit, but it’s so nice that hopefully it is not their last.
Which new kit is your favorite? Which 2017/18 kits have you already snagged so far?
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