Best and Worst National Champs jerseys

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Brullnux said:
PhiberAwptik said:
Brullnux said:
Sky have black bibs but still use white...
Apparently bad fashion sense runs in the Sky team, with Cav the only exception.
Well TT WC generally wears the bands on a skin suit. You know. For time trialing? So no,bibs.
Forgot, but nothing is stopping them from changing the colour halfway down
If you've ever seen black bibs spliced to a white WC skinflint, you'll realise why all teams usually go for all white when it comes to skinsuits.
 
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42x16ss said:
LaFlorecita said:
Alexandre B. said:
Make it white with the Austrian flag ffs... pathetic excuse for a champion's jersey
That's all that they need to change and BOOM! Awesome kit praised by all :confused:
Why is it confusing? Even if we ignore that "white with the Austrian flag" is the traditional design, the important bit here is that a red jersey betrays Катюша's intention of having as indistinguishable a jersey as possible. It's designed to look just like the standard team jersey unless you're actively looking for it.
 
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That Netherlands/Luxembourg back-to-back thing is cause for a double take!

I guess they lucked out - they can just give Jungels Terpstra's old faded kit...?
 
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nepetalactone said:
That Netherlands/Luxembourg back-to-back thing is cause for a double take!

I guess they lucked out - they can just give Jungels Terpstra's old faded kit...?
And throw a couple of Lidl badges on, get rid of the Renson badges on the backside and there yiu have it! Bob Jungels new jersey.
 
Given every team is seemingly going for an Estonian Champions' look, Cofidis show how it's meant to be done.

Imagine if Sky got an Estonian this year. Their national champions' jersey would actually be the Sky jersey.

It's also nice to see a couple of teams actually still doing national champions' jerseys rather than trying as desperately as possible to hide that achievement within their own (generally awful) jersey designs.
 

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