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Shit Football Kits: Jaguares Outrageous ‘Jaguar Print’ Retina Destroyer, 2001-ish?

By Chris Wright

Here’s a blooter of a shit kit we stumbled across while putting together our “Favourite Sudamericano Football Badges” piece earlier in the week, which belongs – or belonged – to Mexican side Jaguares de Chiapas.

What you see here isn’t the the first or last Jaguares shirt to feature a jaguar print motif, but it’s definitely the worst…

“Busy”. Yep, “busy” is definitely the word.

As far as we can tell, it was only worn during pre-season for one season only – for obvious reasons! Unfortunately, we can’t give you any more information than that as the details appear to be rarer than chicken’s teeth.

Judging from the fellow’s footwear, we’re guessing it dates from around 2001-ish, though if anyone has any further knowledge about this truly dreadful kit, please feel free to bestow uponst us…

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By Chris on February 14th, 2013 in FAIL, Featured, Kits & fashion, South America. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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11 Responses to “Shit Football Kits: Jaguares Outrageous ‘Jaguar Print’ Retina Destroyer, 2001-ish?”

  1. Hugh Evans says:

    Horrific kit! I don’t think it beats Jorge Campos’ Mexico goalkeeper kit from the 94 World Cup though

  2. Hugh Evans says:

    Horrific kit! Not as bad as Jorge Campos’ Mexico goalkeeper kit in the 94 World Cup though

  3. Hugh Evans says:

    Horrific kit! Not as bad as Jorge Campos’ Mexico goalkeeper kit in the 94 World Cup though

  4. Sjakie Meulemans says:

    Sorry Hugh, didn’t catch that, what did you say?

  5. Hugh Evans says:

    Haha, didn’t mean to do that and then couldn’t delete the last two comments

  6. RULAS says:

    The fellow is Julio Cesar Yegros, member of the 1998 world cup Paraguayan squad…

  7. Humding says:

    The (online translation of) the website seems to say that the club was founded on 27 June 2002, played its first match on 17 August that year (though Wikipedia says 3 August), and adopted a new logo in August 2010. So the kit must presumably have been from some time between August ’02 and August ’00.

  8. Humding says:

    * sorry, I meant between August ’02 and August ’10.

  9. Humding says:

    * sorry, I meant some time between August ’02 and August ’10.

  10. Humding says:

    Wikipedia also says Soriana was a sponsor and Garcis the kit manufacturer in 2002-03. Clearly says Soriana on the front here, and maker’s logo (though hard to make out)looks like it says Garcis. Which would seem to put this kit in 2002-03.

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