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Honduras Kit: Through the years

Design: A simple and refreshing design, Honduras currently appear in all white with subtle blue lining and a traditional design of collar. With a big letter H taking the place of a more complex federation logo, it is a basic yet attractive design that benefits from the lack of unneeded elaboration.

Short History: Honduras have twice appeared at FIFA World Cup competition's prior to 2014, both times in the country's traditional white with blue trim colour scheme. In Spain '82, an all white shirt was completed by blue rounded colour and Adidas three-stripe design down the sleeves, while in 2010 the standout addition to an otherwise basic design was a gradient design blue bar across the chest of the shirt. White has always been the chosen colour for both shorts and socks, although a blue alternative is often used depending on the opponent.

The greatest kit: Given the lack of choice, the greatest kit would have to be the Adidas effort that housed the reigning CONCACAF champions in 1982. While far from notable, it benefits from simplicity, unlike the 2010 shirt and its unnecessary gradient design on the prominent stripe across the chest.

Kits through the years:

Honduras made it in 1982 and also 2010.
Honduras made it in 1982 and also 2010.

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