Three Liga MX clubs wearing PUMA have unveiled third kits ahead of the 2015 Clasura campaign. Atlas, Monterrey and Santos Laguna are prepping up for the second half of the 2014-15 Liga MX in style with the German sportswear company. All three jerseys were showcased earlier this week, and each have a standout look for these top sides.
We open with Atlas. Guadalajara’s red and black side has a shimmering silver jersey with black and red details. The collar has a rounded v-neck shape, with red taking up the collar, and a black front shaped under the red. The A from the club’s badge appears at the bottom of the shirt, as a watermark. The sleeves have contrasting cuff designs colors, with red taking the right sleeve and black the left, emulating the club’s traditional halved home kit. Thick black stripes on each side under the arms are complimented by thin red piping. There are various sponsors on the shirt, including Bridgestone Tires on the chest, Mexican mass media company Azteca under the Puma logo and also on the chest and Coca-Cola on the left sleeve.
Up next, Monterrey takes center stage. Los Rayados (The Striped Ones) have a solid third kit featuring pinstripes. The shirt has navy blue sleeves to go with a very classy polo-style collar. The pinstripes start at the shoulders, and extend all the way down to the hem. The sleeves have rounded cuffs in white. There are plenty of sponsors for Monterrey’s third, notably BBVA Bancomer in front with Bimbo Bread underneath and Home Depot on the right sleeve.
Lastly, Santos Laguna with a green effort that fans of Los Guerreros (The Warriors) can get behind. There are faint horizontal stripes with two shades of green on the chest. The jersey comes complete with gold details and trim. The collar is a unique rounded style, with the club’s badge placed in the center of the shirt, just under the collar. Plenty of sponsors like Pepsi and Bridgestone in gold take up the space on the shirt, with Mexican supermarket Soriana on the chest as the main sponsor.
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