International competition wouldn't be the same without a moment of Cameroonian flair. Whether it's Roger Milla's dance, sleeveless jerseys or horrific one-pieces, the country never misses an opportunity to impress.
This year's kit is brazen, full of life and is unlike any other home shirt at the tournament. Dominated by vicious cave paintings and lion imagery, this tight-fit style offers further detail every time you look at it.
"Les lions indomptables" sits above every row of giant cat, which is paid special homage with its very own sewn-on badge next to the national logo.
As ever, Cameroon make a lasting statement with their shirt. The World Cup comes around every four years, there's little reason for the African hopefuls to be shy. Instead, this design is crammed with national meaning, character and culture while being instantly recognisable as Cameroon's shirt.
It is undoubtedly the most instantly striking template at the tournament, even if Samuel Eto'o and friends are destined to struggle against Brazil, Croatia and Mexico.
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