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A Look at the 5 Best 2022 World Cup Kits

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Etsuo Hara / Contributor

The biggest competition in football kicks off in less than three months and nations are releasing their 2022 World Cup kits.

Historically, nations like Brazil, Japan, Mexico and Nigeria have donned incredible kits on the world's biggest stage.

There's a Deion Sanders quote that goes, "If you look good, you feel good. If you feel good, you play good. If you play good, they pay good."

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We've got five teams heading into the World Cup that will certainly be looking the part on the pitch.

Once they step onto the fields in Qatar though, they'll have to back it up with strong play as billions around the world watch.

Today, ONE37pm takes a look at the best 2022 World Cup kits.

Argentina

It's only fitting that Lionel Messi and Argentina will have fire kits heading into Qatar.

While their home jerseys feature the traditionally vertical stripes, their away kits have a distinct flair to them.

The fiery pattern starting near the sleeves gives off a fierce vibe and Argentina could have one of the best away kits.

Mexico

Mexico's home and away kits have been carefully tailored towards El Tri ahead of their World Cup journey.

Their home jerseys take inspiration from an ancient Aztec god Quetzalcóatl, as well as the ancient pyramids.

Meanwhile, the away kits feature designs attributed to the country's indigenous roots and they're made from recycled materials.

Japan

Japan consistently knock their kits out of the park and 2022 isn't any different.

The Samurai blue kits take inspiration from soccer mangas 'Giant Killing' and 'Blue Lock.'

Their away white kits are a bit more simplistic but very elegant around the collar and sleeves.

Germany

The Germans are four-time World Cup champions and they'll be looking fresh when they aim for a fifth title.

Their away kits have seen rave reviews with the maroon, black and gold designs.

They feature a 'D' pattern throughout the kits inspired by their Deutschland name.

Brazil

The expectations for Brazil are massive as the betting favorites look for sixth World Cup.

Both Brazil kits have extreme flair, which matches their style on the pitch.

Their blue away jerseys have seen a lot of attention with the jaguar print on the sleeves.

Let us know which kits you're most hyped to see on the pitch when the World Cup kicks off later this year.

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