Footy Headlines leaked several MLS kits on Saturday as the 2015 season approaches.
Sporting Kansas City's jersey has a new pattern, but overall, it's a nice design and probably one of the nicer shirts of the leaked items.
Toronto FC's new jersey is also quite sleek, but it doesn't include a sponsor because BMO ended its deal with the club near the end of last season.
The Portland Timbers' shirt looks all right, but the white and yellow across the sponsor is slightly distracting. However, the "Let it rain. Let it pour. Let the Portland Timbers score" slogan on the collar is a nice touch.
The New England Revolution's 2015 away jersey looks a lot different than the 2014 shirt. The green trim is an interesting addition.
Columbus' jersey is a lot plainer than the others, but that's not a bad thing. Sometimes, a simple design is the best.
D.C. United will keep its 2014 home kit but will have a new away shirt for 2015, according to Footy Headlines. FC Dallas, the LA Galaxy and Real Salt Lake have not revealed any of their new designs but will keep some of their jerseys from last year.
This season, the jerseys will have the new MLS logo somewhere on the shirts, which was revealed to commemorate the league's 20th anniversary. However, it will be the main crest for the foreseeable future.
The 2015 MLS season begins on March 6 with the defending champion LA Galaxy facing the Chicago Fire. However, a work stoppage could be on the horizon, although commissioner Don Garber told the Orlando Sentinel's Paul Tenorio that both sides are doing everything possible to avoid a strike.
Teams are still preparing for the season as if everything will go on as scheduled, but with less than a month left and no new collective bargaining agreement in place, the campaign could be delayed.
Peter Galindo covers MLS and U.S. soccer for Bleacher Report. Follow him on Twitter @PGFutbol.