Colombia's new kit, modelled by James Rodriguez and Radamel Falcao.

Colombia and Mexico's stunning new kits ahead of this summer's tournaments

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The Copa America is just a couple of months away.

In the tournament's last edition, Chile managed to secure back-to-back titles after defeating Argentina on penalties.

They will be looking to win their third successive title in this summer's tournament, which will be held in Brazil.

But, they will have a tough task ahead of them if they want to win the competition for the third successive time.

Brazil are the hosts and are the favourites going into the competition, while Argentina and Lionel Messi will also be hard to stop.

Another team that has a good chance of winning the title is Colombia.

Carlos Queiroz's side put in a strong showing at the 2018 World Cup and were only knocked out by England in the last 16 on penalties.

Los Cafeteros are known for their stunning kits and, earlier on Tuesday, Adidas unveiled the kit that they will wear for the Copa America.

You can view it below:

Colombia's kits just never fail to disappoint. 

They will wear the kit for the first time against Japan on Friday.

Another team who's kit was unveiled today is Mexico.

James Rodriguez will wear the new kit at this summer's Copa America

Mexico will not take part in the Copa America for the first time since 1991 but will instead be in action in the CONCACAF Gold Cup.

El Tri's home kit is usually green but, on this occasion, it's main colour is black.

You can view it below:

Interesting stuff. It's still a beautiful kit, though.

It will also be worn for the first time on Friday, in a friendly against Chile.

Argentina's new kit was also unveiled on Tuesday and you can view it below:

What do you think of the kits? Which one is the nicest? Have your say by leaving a comment below.

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