… although I really do prefer them with no shirts
Spain will debut their second kit for the Eurocopa tomorrow in Málaga, which consists of a sky blue (a color Spain has never worn before) shirt with a diagonal band in darker blue across it, and white shorts, with sky blue socks featuring the Spanish flag at the midpoint. The spot Adidas produced for this shirt is fantastic, as it looks back on that World Cup final, and I love everything the boys say! Like David Villa, I also remember every detail of that day and will never forget it. And I like how Fernando and Javi (!!!) pointed out that while everyone was talking about La Roja (the red), they were actually wearing blue that day. And since blue brought them such good luck…
This is not my favorite shirt. I don’t like the stripe at all, especially the mesh effect. I think the shirt would have looked much better without it, although it might be too plain then (which I would still prefer). Meanwhile, the two kits the goalkeepers will wear are yellow and gray. I don’t like the color blocking on the gray, especially how it tapers. On the other hand, maybe it’s just a helpful indication of those “V’ muscles that the keepers (hopefully) have underneath the shirts!
But as always, our boys are fantastic models!