With so much consternation and debate about the two new kit leaks for U.S. Soccer over the past few weeks, we think it's as good of time as any to talk about something positive in the kit department. We thought it would be fun to give you guys the chance to vote on your favorite U.S. Soccer kit of all-time.
To make this fair, we've chosen 11 of the best options in the history of the federation. Obviously we may have missed one that you are fond of, we're not perfect. To make it even more fair to both the USMNT and USWNT, we included five kits that were worn by both teams, then three each that were exclusive to each team. Here are the ones we decided on:
2014 "Bomb Pop" Kit
Photo credit: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images
2013 Centennial Kit
Photo credit: Jared Wickerham/Getty Images
2012 "Waldo Kit"
Photo credit: J. Meric/Getty Images
2012 Away Blue/White Sleeves/Sash
Photo credit: Marc Serota/Getty Images
1991 Shoulder Stripes
Photo credit: Doug Pensinger/Getty Images
2011 USWNT "Nurse Kit"
Photo credit: Jamie Sabau/Getty Images
2007 Gold USWNT Kit
Photo credit: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images
1999 All White USWNT Kit
Photo credit: Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images
2006 Don't Tread On Me USMNT Kit
Photo credit: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
2002 World Cup USMNT Home Kit
Photo credit: Andreas Rentz/Getty Images
1994 USMNT "Denim Kit"
Photo credit: Michael Kunkel/Getty Images
The USA has a rich history of unique and iconic looking kits and yet continue to change it up and disappoint everyone. Let us know which one is your favorite and maybe they'll take notice and get back to making ones that we can be proud of again.