Design: Puma have gone for a clean image with Ivory Coast's latest kit, with the traditional orange shirt carrying only the sponsor's logo in white and the symbol of the country's football federation. There is a watermarked design typical of the country on the shoulders, but it is the only elaboration of an otherwise straightforward design.
Short History: Prior to Brazil, Ivory Coast have only previously attended the World Cup on two occasion -- in 2006 and 2010. Thus far, design of the country's kit is yet to vary much, with the 2006 edition featuring more in the way of green trim on the rear of the shirt and the 2010 edition a tinge of green on the sleeve cuffs, as well as a traditional pattern on the right shoulder blade. For the most part, though, Ivory Coast have stuck to their all orange design throughout.
The greatest kit: While yet to develop a truly outstanding candidate, the all-orange affair of 2010 was the better of the two thus far, with the emphasis on white as the second colour preferable to the green of 2006.
Kits through the years: