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My Top 10 MLS Kits for This Season

These MLS Teams Went All-In With Some Amazing Kits Designs

My Top 10 MLS Kits for This Season
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Seattle is on the ocean and many of the pro teams have embraced aquatic colorways…

The MLS used to be a barren wasteland of boring kits that players had to wear but the league has spiced things up in recent years so they don’t have to face negative MLS news. We’ve seen many sports leagues try to get teams to have more fun with the uniforms and the MLS went all out this year. There are plenty of MLS rumors about what the kits could turn out like but we finally have all of our answers.

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I’m going to go through my 10 favorite kits out of the recent reveals that we’ll be seeing as the MLS schedule plays out this year.

 

10. LA Galaxy

I’m from Los Angeles so I’m going to be a little biased here but I don’t hate what the LA Galaxy did. The team’s color scheme is white-dominant so there’s not too much they can do but I like what they came up with. I also think the gold touches as well as the lines across the kits are good looks.

 

9. Philadelphia Union

For the Philadelphia Union, I think I like their color scheme more than the design itself. Navy blue and gold are great colors to work with and I think that the kits look pretty good overall. I’m not a huge fan of the blue and gold pattern that goes through the front of the jersey but it could be worse.

 

8. Houston Dynamo

I could see the Houston Dynamo’s kit being a little bit divisive. The purple and orange are both bright but I think it’s somewhat striking. Stands out among a lot of kits that feature more muted tones.

 

7. New York City FC

Since New York City is the fashion capital of the US, you’d expect their soccer club to have some great kits. While I think they did a good job, the kits feel a bit safe. It’s mostly all black with touches of orange and blue. Luckily, it’s hard to make a black hit look bad so I like the look.

 

6. Charlotte FC

Charlotte FC’s kits are simple but sometimes simplicity is the best option. The baby blue is always a good look and the pattern in the kits is nice. I’m usually not a big fan of patterns but this is subtle enough to look good.

 

5. LAFC

I’m sure I’ll be accused of being an LA homer but I like what LAFC is doing. Black and gold is a classic combination and they didn’t try to do too much. The black kits with the gold stripes are a safe but good look.

 

4. Chicago Fire

The Chicago Fire put together some striking kits this year. The bright red with the touches of baby blue feels like a great Midwest look. I don’t know if these kits would work in LA but I think they fit Chicago well.

 

3. Seattle Sounders

Similar to the Chicago Fire, I feel like the Seattle Sounders did a great job of representing the city. Seattle is on the ocean and many of the pro teams have embraced aquatic colorways. This kit is now different and the light green with the touches of blue looks really solid.

 

2. Real Salt Lake

Real Salt Lake’s kits certainly look similar to FC Barcelona’s but can’t fault them for going for a tried and true look. The dark red with navy blue is a great combo and the touches of the mountain patterns work well considering where the team plays.

 

1. Vancouver Whitecaps

Call me basic but I really like what the Vancouver Whitecaps did this year. It’s a simple look but gold and navy blue just works really well. This is definitely my favorite kit of the year.

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