Puma's template for away kits is rather similar, with subtle patterns differentiating between the sides.
Puma have released the away kits for 10 different national sides–including four World Cup nations–all to be worn during the upcoming international friendlies. Each kit takes an all white theme, with slight color alteration on sleeves and collars (apart from Serbia, who get a stripe down the front of their shirt).
Though each kit looks similar on the face of it, personalized adjustments are present on every strip - giving the nations their own unique look, despite the all white shirt. For example, the nine blue lines on the neck of the Uruguay shirt representing the nine original departments of the nation, to the red of the national flag on the collar of the Swiss jersey.
"When our Federation's step out onto the pitch they all play with a nation's support, and a passion for the crest that adorns their chest." said Stefano Favaro, Teamsport creative director, in Puma's press release.
"With this clean, contemporary design statement, we wanted to strip back all the noise and elements that stand between our teams, players, and crowd, to celebrate what they play for, the badge, the flag, and the fans."
The kits all use Puma's evoKNIT thermoregulation technology - which enhances moisture management and adaptive cooling system - delivering the perfect on-pitch body temperature.
Senegal are likely to come away as the happiest of the teams in this release. Their away top features an absolutely visible pattern on the front, which subtly adds a huge amount of detail to the shirt, giving the nation a classy look.