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UPDATED: US Men’s National Team Away Shirt for 2012-13

usmnt home shirt 2012 2013 UPDATED: US Mens National Team Away Shirt for 2012 13

UPDATE: We’ve received an update from an inside source who says that the shirt pictured is a fake from an online store in China, and is not actually the correct version of the USA away shirt.

A photo of the US men’s national team away shirt for 2012-13 has been leaked on the Internet.

Designed and manufactured by Nike, The away shirt for the USMNT features a blue shirt with light blue stars faded into the background. The sleeves are blue with red ends, while the collar is a v-neck design — featuring the red and white stripes of the American flag on the back of the neck.

The design of the USA men’s away shirt will certainly raise some eyebrows. It’s bright, outlandish and bold. The style of the shirt complements the red and white hoop design of the USMNT home shirt for 2012-14.

Personally, I prefer a more simple and sophisticated design than the bright colors and in-your-face style of the new US men’s home and away shirts. But that’s just my opinion. What do you think? Share your opinions in the comments section below.


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