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02 Nov 2017 18:38

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02 Nov 2017 18:42

Alexandre B. wrote:Image Image

Better than 2017 imo.
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02 Nov 2017 20:38

The green makes a change from all the black in the peloton
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02 Nov 2017 21:45

Dimension Data - less boring than last year but not particularly notable.
Movistar - probable contender for best WT jersey. The only problem is the ombre/shading effect, which is cheesy.

It appears that EF-Drapac (Cannondale) may be going for a lurid pink argyle, which could be amazing.
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03 Nov 2017 08:35

SKY trying some jerseys and skinsuit for 2018?

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03 Nov 2017 13:40

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03 Nov 2017 15:15

Nice kit for Nippo-Vini Fantini!
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03 Nov 2017 16:13

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03 Nov 2017 16:26

That's... interesting. A hint of Bardiani goodness in this colour combinations.
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03 Nov 2017 16:29

lampre colour scheme comeback. That's pretty cool!
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03 Nov 2017 16:33

Bye Bye Bicycle wrote:That's... interesting. A hint of Bardiani goodness in this colour combinations.


In terms of design, I'm not keen on the white patch and, as so often, the sponsor logos clutter it up (the drapac red is particularly unfortunate). But, the fluoro-pink / neon green combination is fantastic and the mushroom helmets in bright pink are hilarious. They certainly won't be hard to see in the peloton.
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03 Nov 2017 16:41

Oooh, I do like me a pink kit!
juicy!
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03 Nov 2017 17:06

Alexandre B. wrote: Image


I prefer this season color better. Why not go with the pink socks, to match with the helmet as well.
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03 Nov 2017 17:37

Horrible. Seriously, how can people like the flashy green - pink combination?
It's something different, that's good, but i don't like it one bit.
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03 Nov 2017 18:47

I find the EF's kit quite nice-looking but I would prefer the argyle scheme to be more visible and I think it could use a tad more color. Either less white at the top part or have the bottom in pink instead of black.
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03 Nov 2017 21:18

Meh. The colors are great but I think that's the worst and least imaginative pink-green design you can come up with. Should have been green-pink argyle.
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03 Nov 2017 21:23

A better picture of the EF jersey:
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I like it, it's a nice jersey for a pro team.
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03 Nov 2017 21:27

What the hell is that.

I find it unbelievable that they always choose to downplay the argyle, the one thing thing that helps them stand out and develop their own corporate image separate from their sponsors, and which makes them a tiny bit more like those teams from other sports that JV wants cycling to emulate.
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03 Nov 2017 21:47

Can't say I will buy one of those jerseys.... ever.
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03 Nov 2017 22:26

hrotha wrote:What the hell is that.

I find it unbelievable that they always choose to downplay the argyle, the one thing thing that helps them stand out and develop their own corporate image separate from their sponsors, and which makes them a tiny bit more like those teams from other sports that JV wants cycling to emulate.


Exactly how much argyle they can use is presumably heavily influenced by the sponsors and how willing thevlatter are to have thatboattern superimposed over their corporate colours.
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