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Serie A: The Best (And Worst) Kits in Italian Football from the Past Decade

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Serie A: The Best (And Worst) Kits in Italian Football from the Past Decade
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In a country known for its fashion like Italy, you would think that the Italian Serie A would have some of the snazziest kits in Europe.

If you do, you have given in to a horrible stereotype.  Shame on you.

All kidding aside though, Italy's teams are often steeped in tradition, and the kits tend to be very classic in design. Solids, vertical stripes, halves, and the occasional quartering are seen frequently and many of them look pretty darn sharp.

There have, of course, been some flops along the way, particularly in the last 10 years as kit makers and clubs strive to be a bit more modern-looking.

From the last decade, here are some of the best-looking kits that have graced the Serie A—and some that left fans scratching their heads.

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