As much as there have been some beautiful efforts released in recent years, you can't convince us that 90s GAA jerseys weren't the cream of the crop.
It was a time of long sleeves, loose fitting jerseys, and old crests. Some of the jerseys we included are also associated with massive successes for those counties.
Here are 13 of the most iconic GAA jerseys of the 1990s.
(Some of these jerseys may have been used in multiple seasons.)
90s GAA Jerseys
Meath - 1999
This Meath jersey is iconic enough in its own right, but Trevor Giles definitely made it one of the most memorable the sport has seen.
It takes a good man to pull off the sleeveless look.
Cork - 1997
Mayo - 1999
Ciaran McDonald instantly makes any jersey a classic, but this one was an absolute belter.
Dublin - 1995
Back when Dublin didn't win the All-Ireland every year, this jersey will always be associated with one of their most famous victories.
Galway - 1998
It looks even better when coupled with a pair of goalkeeper gloves.
Clare - 1995
When you think of Clare, this is the jersey that immediately springs to mind.
Not only is it a beauty, but it will also always be associated with their 1995 All-Ireland success.
Laois - 1999
This was an absolute cracker from Laois, made even better by the use of yellow numbers on the back.
Tyrone - 1995
Sometimes the simplest efforts are the most eye-catching, with this Tyrone jersey the perfect example.
Unfortunately, it will always be associated with an All-Ireland final defeat.
Wexford - 1996
Wexford have had their fair share of brilliant jerseys in recent years, but it's hard to beat this effort from the mid 90s.
Armagh - 1998
You won't get a better Armagh jersey than this one.
Kerry - 1999
It's an Adidas GAA jersey, what more needs to be said?
This effort from Kerry is still one of the most sought after jerseys in the country up to this day and it's not hard to see why.
Cavan - 1997
The year of a rare Ulster triumph, this jersey will no doubt always be fondly remembered by Cavan supporters.
Offaly - 1994
Simple but effective. Still looks good even without the crest.