Today: A quick look at some of the more... dubious.... fashion choices of US Soccer over the last few years, in our AWAY jerseys.
Honestly, the last really good US jersey in my opinion was the 1998 US jersey for qualifying (but then discarded by US Soccer for the actual World Cup!). I bought that one (retail!!) and it's still the only US jersey I own. I will buy a new one when they produce a new one worth buying (though I admit the current home jersey, white with the faint gray "sash," is probably the least offensive since 1998).
First up is the 1994 away jersey from the World Cup. US Soccer told Nike to "Wrap the boys in the flag," and Nike complied. It has a sort of denim look, but was not denim. The "home" jersey that year was an even-more-hideous white shirt with lots of thin red vertical stripes. Eeeek.
Next is the 2010 US away jersey for the World Cup. You're about to see a lot of this one, as the US will probably be the "away" team when we open on June 12 against England. I think it's only marginally better than the denim stars deal from '94.