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18 Jan 2014 13:12

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18 Jan 2014 13:15

hrotha wrote:Not all national federations have codified what an acceptable design is.


And they really should.
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18 Jan 2014 13:19

LaFlorecita wrote:I actually like it


As a jersey its nice, but as a danish national jersey its not, a couple of white stripes planted randomly, its the white cross that defines our flag, i just cant see it. To experimental I guess.
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18 Jan 2014 13:20

Christian wrote:Image

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unbeliavable.some team and designers actually do their job:eek:
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18 Jan 2014 13:57

Christian wrote:Image

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Fdj simply awesome as usual. Really like the no logo approach that Fdj has taken to their national champ jersey's, it makes the jersey very unique to other national champ jersey's.
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18 Jan 2014 13:59

Great as usual from FDJ, although I think I'd actually prefer a small FDJ logo on the jersey front. The old school 'flag filling the jersey' approach is very cool. Hope they've got Veikkenen some blue shorts for bad weather :)
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18 Jan 2014 14:23

Even if there was a logo, the FDJ French kit would be the best national champions' kit in the péloton. The colours are clear, precise, unmistakable, it fits perfectly with the teams' own design and colours, and the only problem is the awful tattoo.
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18 Jan 2014 14:25

hrotha wrote:I'm not a big fan, but I appreciate that, even if they didn't make a satisfactory national champ jersey, it wasn't because they didn't want it to stand out or to be any different from their normal kits.


Yeah, you got a point.
Maybe the designers thought that multiples flags would be better than one...

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FDJ is easily becoming the champions of national champion kits!
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18 Jan 2014 14:55

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18 Jan 2014 15:19

Nice one for Arashiro too! The French teams know how to do it.
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18 Jan 2014 17:21

The Japanese green stripe fits really well on there!
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18 Jan 2014 17:50

I've long been a bit confused by the fact that CAS can refer to both:
Court of Arbritation for Sport.
and Chris Anker Sørensen.
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18 Jan 2014 17:51

I've long been a bit confused by the fact that CAS can refer to both:
Court of Arbritation for Sport.
and Chris Anker Sørensen.
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20 Jan 2014 05:07

Steele Von Hoff's national crit champion jersey. Nice looking jersey, shame about the helmet and that he probably won't be wearing the jersey much over the season.

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20 Jan 2014 10:56

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20 Jan 2014 11:16

Guybrush wrote:Image


Very "bleached" colours, but then what can you do?

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I would have played with the sun.
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20 Jan 2014 12:02

also the team name over the flag, not good
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20 Jan 2014 13:49

I agree, the team name is too big over the flag and from distance it will be difficult to recognize it.
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20 Jan 2014 16:07

Dazed and Confused wrote:I would have played with the sun.

Don't do it, Icarus!
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20 Jan 2014 16:14

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Nice one, even if it's only the Japanese cyclocross champion riding for a ****ty Belgian CT team. :D
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