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MLS Kit Critique 2018: Judging Every Team's Home and Away Uniforms

Now entering its 23rd season, MLS and Adidas still haven’t found the sartorial sweet spot between those notoriously garish mid-90s clown suits and the intramural house league you played in as a kid—the one where every team wore the same reversible jersey. As Planet Fútbol presents its annual shirt-to-sock review of every MLS kit, you’ll see an awful lot of white and black, a ton of monochrome, and what looks like a conscious effort from several clubs to scrub every bit of individuality from their brand. So load the ubiquitous “So fresh, so clean” tweet, and hope you can tell the clubs apart by the slogans printed inside the jersey collars. Single entity, indeed. - By Brian Straus
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