Mountain Monarchy


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Show off your allegiance to Utah’s finest soccer side.


Long a hidden gem in the American soccer scene, Salt Lake City still managed to turn more than a few heads when they landed an MLS expansion side in 2005. And though the first few years in the league were fairly standard for expansion sides, things steadily progressed in Utah. And in 2009, a fairy-tail run to the finals was their reward. There they would face revamped David Beckham and Landon Donovan-led LA. The Western Conference champions from Los Angeles would open the scoring four minutes before halftime through Mike Magee. But that season’s club leading-scorer Robbie Findley found an equalizer midway through the second half. A scoreless finish to regular time and overtime meant Salt Lake’s fate would be settled in penalties. The shootout would go seven rounds deep with Nick Rimando saving two LA takes along the way, setting the stage for defender Robbie Russell to score the decisive penalty and clinch Salt Lake’s first major cup.


The match side features a design inspired by the claret and cobalt kits worn by Salt Lake in the club’s league championship-winning match. A mountain range wraps around the wristband’s reverse, an homage to the mountains that surround Utah’s biggest city.

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