The Houston Dynamo have cleaned up the look of their secondary white jersey ahead of the 2014 season.
The club unveiled its new second kits at a season kickoff luncheon held at BBVA Compass Stadium on Monday.
Gone are the orange sleeves from last year in favor of three orange stripes running down the arm.
Also new on the 2014 secondary jersey is the "lenticular team crest" -- fancy lingo for a logo with a 3-D feel.
Untouched from last year are the "Forever Orange" team slogan featured on the front shoulder as well as the Texas state flag on the jock tag on the lower part of the shirt. As with last year's edition, the inside neck tape has a design inspired by BBVA Compass Stadium's roof structure.
Every MLS team is unveiling new jerseys as part of 2014 Jersey Week, which is being held from March 3-7 in the lead-up to the start of the new season on Saturday.
Check out the two Houston Dynamo 2014 kits below (left to right for primary and secondary kits):