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MLS Western Conference home and away kit roundup

With the MLS season kicking off on Friday, March 3rd, ESPN FC takes a look at all 11 Western Conference clubs' kits. Eastern Conference kits here.

Colorado Rapids

Tim Howard and the Colorado defense helped the team all the way to a second-placed finish in the West in 2016.

FC Dallas

The Supporters' Shield winners will be hoping that 2017 is the year regular season dominance translates to the postseason.

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Houston Dynamo

The once-proud Dynamo have been down and out of late, but new boss Wilmer Cabrera will seek to right the ship in 2017.

LA Galaxy

The 2017 Galaxy are a vastly different beast than the 2016 version, but the talent is there to still be a factor in the West.

Minnesota United

The former NASL club begins play in MLS in 2017 under the supervision of veteran manager Adrian Heath.

Portland Timbers

The 2015 MLS Cup champs have an incredibly talented squad, led by Darlington Nagbe and Diego Valeri.

Real Salt Lake

With Javier Morales gone to FC Dallas, RSL will be looking for new arrival Albert Rusnak to help be a creative midfield force.

San Jose Earthquakes

Manager Dominic Kinnear could be on the hot seat in San Jose if the team fails to get on track in 2017.

Seattle Sounders

The defending champions will be riding high going into the regular season and bolstered by the return of Clint Dempsey.

Sporting Kansas City

The window may be closing for Peter Vermes and his talented core of players at Sporting. Will 2017 be their year?

Vancouver Whitecaps

Fredy Montero scored in his first appearance for Vancouver in the CCL, adding finishing quality to an already potent attack.

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