Bafana Bafana's 35-man preliminary squad has been trimmed down to 23 ballers, in light of that, we look at three of the best dressed local-based players.
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Hugo Broos announced his 23-man squad that will take on Liberia in back-to-back AFCON Qualifiers.
With the squad is dominated by local-based players, we check out three of the best dressed DStv Prem ballers from the final 23, Zakhele Lepasa, Teboho Mokoena and Aubrey Modiba.
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Let's take a closer look at the drip...
Orlando Pirates loaned-out baller Zakhele Lepasa embodies what we describe as the 'Clean guy aesthetic'.
Lepasa keeps it clean and mature with his style, effortlessly switching between formal and casual styles.
Some might view Lepasa's style as mature beyond his years, but it's refreshing for baller to maintain a good sense of style without looking to flash rocking luxury name brands.
One of Masandawana's streetwear kings, Aubrey Modida brings the best out of adidas' streetwear offerings.
As a three-stripes athlete, the left-back is regularly seen wearing adidas and his kick game explores adidas' waviest silhouettes and the famous Yeezy line.
Modiba's adidas-core will be sure to inspire the other adidas-sponsored athletes to level up their drip game.
In-form Sundowns midfielder, Teboho Mokoena, knows how to bring the razzle-dazzle off the pitch as well.
The eclectic baller rocks brands such as Lacoste, Gucci, Givenchy, Balr and his sponsor PUMA, bringing a fresh and exciting approach to streetwear.
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Mokoena may own a lot of luxury brands in his closet, but is able to style his items and create a look that's comfortable and unique to him.
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