2014 GAA jerseys Rated.
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A stylish little number and worthy winner. The no collar look seems to be what all the cool cats are wearing this year.
Classic sky blue design, simple sponsor and should go down well with Dubs fans.
No collar again but it has a tasty little design and looks sharp.
One of the premier jerseys this year.
Almost like a retro t-shirt. A pretty gaudy sponsor but other than that everything else is Hunky Dory...
Don't appear to have a new jersey this year but last year's is still a tasty little number.
A nice new jersey this year for The Rossies.
Only a template has been released of the jersey but it's looking like a nice jersey this year for the Deise. The only Azzurri jersey this year it would appear.
The 2012 All-Ireland champions new jersey is a throwback to the old days.
The red and green of Mayo. Solid and reliable as always.
A new pleated design is on the jersey this year. It is quite different from other years but in this case different is a good thing.
Traditional royal blue with the obligatory Kingspan sponsor.
The royals have a nice new jersey, spoiled only slightly by the presence of crisps.
A bright jersey for bright summer days, hopefully for Antrim's sake May will be sunny.
One of the few remaining jerseys still with a collar.
A fairly nice new design for the Mourne Men.
A welcome return to the traditional colours this year for Wexford. Expect great gains from Wexford this year.
Mid table finish.
Traditional blue and white. Not the best but not the worst.
This wee little number is a good effort and will be proudly displayed during the league and early stages of the championship.
This classic strip rarely changes. It's a favourite amongst the Cats supporters but not the rest of the country.
It's very orange.
The Jersey itself is fine, apart from the obscene Chill insurance sponsor plastered across the chest.
It looks like a flag.
A stripy green, bushy number. Not great.
Sure it's Gran(ar)d.
The first jersey made by a non-Irish manufacturer, Kukri. It's not particularly nice but Sligo jerseys of the past have never been the most attractive on the eye either.
It's painfully white.
Stale and a little dated looking. Good for gardening I bet.
Working with those colours sure what chance do O'Neills have.
That sponsor can be seen from space.