We are not in the field of jersey design. However, we feel confident stating a rule all uniform designers should stick by: if your jersey makes it look like your athlete is naked, you have done a bad job designing your jersey.
The person who designed Colombia's women's cycling jerseys did a bad job:
I'm no fashion expert but even I know that the Colombia women's cycling team kit seen here is a genuine disaster pic.twitter.com/4vdRzH8ohd— Hilary Evans (@OlympicStatman) September 13, 2014
Those are not actually see-through -- merely flesh colored and as tight as cycling jerseys are supposed to be, as aerodynamics are kinda important in cycling -- but they really look like it. They really, really look like it. We didn't fully convince ourselves that they weren't see-through until we noticed the bikers themselves had different skin tones.
And yes, they're real:
We think they should try again, and so does Brian Cookson, president of the Union Cycliste Internationale.
To the many who have raised the issue of a certain women's team kit, we are on the case. It is unacceptable by any standard of decency.— Brian Cookson OBE (@BrianCooksonUCI) September 14, 2014