are delicious, by the way. I can't wait to see 'em!
I can't remember who you said had the best club kits in North America, other than the Canadian Nat Team.
I think he said Cascade closely followed by EOOC.
Suit with best use of argyle: Edmonton (Nordic)
Canada's previous set (not current) is probably my favorite I've seen (club, national, whatever).
My favorite club jersey is CascadeOC, but obviously I'm biased there. I generally like Vancouver's and Denver's (I don't know if they have newer ones, though). St. Louis had a designer create their latest, which look nice. I pretty much find that anything done by o21e is looks pretty cookie-cutter to me. I haven't been paying too close attention lately, though.
Good gravy I wish. Though it would be highly dependent on who was wearing it, which.... I suppose when I think about it.... *sigh*.
I found this on the EOOC website
. Interesting, since he's from Canada.
Does EOOC have a jersey? I don't know. I just know that their logo needs a lot of help.
GVOC is pretty hard to beat.
EOOC has a t-shirt.
There was some movement to make it happen, BUT THEN HE MOVED TO THE OTHER SIDE OF THE COUNTRY.
I love how we've got four Canadians in here.
The GVOC one is really nice. The one area of improvement is the text on the back, where it just says in Arial font "Greater Vancouver Orienteering Club".
Also for EOOC we looked at demographics and created something "timeless" based on Oilers colours. Then got voted down by those who wanted crazy and exciting.... Could not win....
Could not win....
Is that Edmonton's new slogan now that they are no longer the city of champions?
The urban progressive hipsters have pushed "Make Something Edmonton". But they also disagree with the premis.