Above, you see the new kits for Italian soccer club Napoli. No, you're not high AF. Those jersey are made out of denim. Yes, denim. Like your skinny jeans. The last time we saw denim on a soccer field was the abomination that was the '94 U.S. World Cup team's uniform — still commonly referred to as "the ugliest jerseys in U.S. Soccer history."

Well, denim is BACK. The alternate kits for Napoli in their Serie A play this season will be denim from head to toe, presumably because they are totally insane. The jerseys were officially unveiled to the public today. And we can't stop wondering — with all the moisture-wicking, fly-looking swag materials we've got in 2014, they choose denim? Europeans, man. SMH.

[via MLS]

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