Mayo U21s debut absolutely class change strip
They do some fine GAA kits out west.
Sligo and Roscommon often feature highly in our jersey rankings, with Galway pulling off the odd cracker and Leitrim bigging up The Bush Hotel in style.
Mayo rarely let us down and this years home and change strips were their best in years:
Stephen Rochford's men will wear their black and red change strip against Kerry in Sunday's All-Ireland semi final and it's not a bad fallback plan.
It certainly stands out as a nicer piece of kit than the lads from The Kingdom will wear:
Mayo's black on Sunday will be fourth different colour they'll have worn v Kerry in chship - green (too often), white (81), red (04, 11, 14) pic.twitter.com/LjqXh4GosO
— Museum of Jerseys (@museumofjerseys) August 16, 2017
All the while, though, Mayo and kit manufacturers O'Neills have had an ace in the pack.
The Mayo U21 hurlers debuted the predominantly red change strip recently in their clash with Meath. Like its' brethren, the red kit is a beauty.
Immediately brings back memories of the semi final replay classic between the footballers, at the Gaelic Grounds, back in 2014:
The picture was sent along to us by SportsJOE reader Kevin Conway, who rightly talked it up as a sublime piece of GAA apparel. The lads looked the part but did not play likewise, eventually getting edged out by The Royal County.
It would certainly not look out of place at Croke Park this weekend.
The red strip is not on sale on the official O'Neills website but demand could well lead to supply.