The bracingly kitschy jerseys (made by Kappa Iberia) may not be high fashion, but they seem to have worked as a publicity stunt for the relatively obscure five-year-old team, playing in one of the lower leagues in the Spanish football league system. C.D. Palencia’s bodacious jerseys are designated as their third kit, to be worn as special occasion uniforms when they’re not in their usual purple and black home colors.

Fan versions of the so-called kamiseta kappa musculo are already available on the team’s website for €50, so visitors to the area should prepare to be horrified by regular guys (and gals) on the street who look like they’ve been skinned alive.

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