Thank you to The Soccer Thrift, @SoccerThrift in Atlanta GA, for supplying the shirts in this video.


Lucid twins set looking for well made, using hard to make techniques (not necessarily what’s popular or selling, but what stands out as fashionable or state of art).


1994-95 Arsenal Away Kit

Manufacturer: Nike Worn by: Wright, Seaman, Bould, Adams Intro: First of the back to back season “lightning” away kits for arsenal. Some fans speculate that the lightning design comes from the JVC sponsor, a famous electronics manufacturer.

Details: Embodies the nineties with the unique overlay patterning, iron-on felt sponsors, and shiny overlays.


1996-97 Spain Away Kit

Manufacturer: Adidas Worn by: Luis Enrique, Guardiola, Hierro Intro: This kit was worn by Spain in Euro ‘96 but the away kit was rarely worn by the team. It was rocked by Man City’s Pep Guardiola and current Spain manager Luis Enrique.

Details: The top features a mainstay in nineties kit designs with a subtle but shiny overlay which displays the Spain team logo.


1997-98 Real Madrid Third Kit

Manufacturer: Kelme Worn by: Raúl, Mijatović, Seedorf Intro: This rare third shirt comes out of the final collection of Real Madrid kits from Spanish manufacturers Kelme. Two legends in Raúl and Seedorf were both beginning their careers in this shirt.

Details: The iconic Kelme paw print runs down the sleeves of the shirt.


1997-99 São Paulo FC Away Kit

Manufacturer: Adidas Worn by: Serginho, Raí, Rogério Ceni Intro: In this era, Raí, the Brazil and PSG legend returned to São Paulo to end his career. Meanwhile, a young Rogerio Ceni was getting his 33-year career started with São Paulo. You probably remember Ceni as the keeper that scored 65 goals during his time in front of the net.

Details: The kit features a polished material, sewn patches, and oversized prints.


2002-03 PSG Home Kit - Ronaldinho #10

Manufacturer: Nike Worn by: Ronaldinho, Heinze, Pochettino Intro: This was the then 22-year olds last season for the club before Barca came knocking. The new reported ATL United coach Gabriel Heinze also featured in this squad.

Details: Raised iron-on felt sponsors and a beautiful French league name set.