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  1. Under Armour was actually contracted* to create the Diamondbacks current uniforms. Majestic simply produces them. *is that a word in the way I'm using it? The work was essentially outsourced to UA.
  2. How likely is it the Orioles become the test child for UA? I mean, I assume they will, but I'm not sure what all UA could even do with their uniforms. Will we see a Maryland flag inspired design element?
  3. Faux flannel NEEDS to happen.
  4. Jesse Alkire. Look him up on Twitter, many of you here will probably recognize most of his work.
  5. Without asking for exact details on anyone's income or anything, I'm just curious about how much a company like this gets paid for a job like this one, especially in relation to a single designer.
  6. I can guarantee there are only two shades of navy caps produced by New Era for Major League Baseball. Individual teams may have different shades of navy in their branding guides but they must chose between the two shades New Era offers. From what I understand, Majestic has basically switched to two shades of navy as well. The batting helmets are always the darker navy I believe.
  7. New Baylor alternates:
  8. Nebraska has new pullover jerseys that feature too much black: And of course the heritage uniforms:
  9. Oregon State 2017:
  10. Utah broke out cream uniforms today: These are their road grays:
  11. Of course as soon as I said that, the Mavs broke out new Sunday uniforms. Brand new pullover jerseys and some beautiful new socks!
  12. @Ice_Cap the image is posted wasn't exactly a concept, just FYI. It was an unused proposed uniform set made by a designer working directly for the NHL. Can be found in the "Unused Logo and Uinforms" thread.
  13. mod edit
  14. Looks gray to me as well.