The only thing more exciting in a new soccer season than the transfers are the new kits.
It’s a time when fans of every team gear up for the new season by spending their money on the new jerseys that kit designers all over the league spend months brainstorming, drawing up and releasing for the public to judge.
And we’re the public, baby.
Antonio and Nes were joined this time by the Virgil Abloh of the Liga MX English community, Miguel Ramos, a kit designer and founder of FutCvlt, the latest rage in soccer fashion.
Reminder we still have some dad hats available.— FutCvlt (@futcvlt) September 24, 2020
We're still taking pre-order for the GOT kit.
We're still taking entries for the GOT Board.
We still have FutCvlt balls available.
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We ranked every new Liga MX kit for every team on tier list. From throw up emojis, to Meh, to It’s Alright, to FIRE, and finally, to FUT CVLT APPROVED, only for the top jerseys worthy of this merit.
NEW PODCAST EPISODE @Miggy5tardust, founder of @futcvlt and the Virgil Abloh of #ligamxeng joins the pod to help us rank every new Liga MX jersey on a tier list. Listen in to see why we put them where.— FMF State of Mind (@FMFSoM) September 25, 2020
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It’s a good ol’ time for appreciating some awesome soccer attire, while also shithousing some of the league’s most appalling kit travesties.
You can see our tier rankings above and listen in on the podcast for our terrible jokes and unarguable reasons.
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