Zlaster

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  1. Browns concept uniform

    I'm a Browns fan. Just happened to google around and find this thread on this forum. So I thought I'd register and offer my idea for a uniform. The Browns are noted for having very simple uniforms. No logos or anything. As such, here is my concept. Helmet: The basic template of my Browns concept helmet in my design is the new York Jets helmet. + All-white helmet. This harkens back to when the Browns used to wear all-white helmets in their early years. + Two stripes on the top. My concept helmet varies from the Jets helmet in the following ways: + White facemask The uniqueness of my helmet is in the color of the striping. All current NFL helmets have a symmetry in the color of helmet stripes. If there are two stripes, they are both the same color. If there are three stripes, the outside stripes are the same color and the middle stripes is different. In my Browns helmet, we break this rule: + When looking at the front of the helmet, the left stripe is brown and the right stripe is orange. + The players' number is in classic football-style block font on each side. On the brown stripe side, the number is orange. On the orange stripe side, the number is brown. This harkens back to when the Browns used to have numbers on the side of their helmets. Jersey: I will borrow the Jets jersey again. Again, we break the rule of symmetry. + When looking at the jersey from the front, the left shoulder is brown and the right is orange. Pants: Again we borrow the Jets pants as a template. The Jets use white pants with two green stripes. Again, my concept uniform will break the rule of symmetry. The stripe closest to the front is orange and the other one brown. I think the end result is a uniform that looks simple and elegeant, yet has a uniqueness all its own.
  2. Browns...?

    Uh, my concept was NOT to change brown to black and add a logo. That was someone else. Nevermind, I'll make my own thread....
  3. Ranking the 32 NFL Jerseys

    Tied for last place are all NFL jerseys that do NOT use the traditional block font for the numbers.
  4. Browns...?

    http://www.geocities.com/jamdawg1/browns/helmets.html
  5. Browns...?

    Uh, you DO realize that back when the Browns were winning NFL titles, they had white helmets with numbers on the side, don't you? This uniform design harkens back to those old unis.
  6. Browns...?

    I'm a Browns fan. Just happened to google around and find this thread on this forum. So I thought I'd register and offer my idea for a uniform. The Browns are noted for having very simple uniforms. No logos or anything. As such, here is my concept. Helmet: The basic template of my Browns concept helmet in my design is the new York Jets helmet. + All-white helmet + Two stripes on the top. My concept helmet varies from the Jets helmet in the following ways: + White facemask The uniqueness of my helmet is in the color of the striping. All current NFL helmets have a symmetry in the color of helmet stripes. If there are two stripes, they are both the same color. If there are three stripes, the outside stripes are the same color and the middle stripes is different. In my Browns helmet, we break this rule: + When looking at the front of the helmet, the left stripe is brown and the right stripe is orange. + The players' number is in classic football-style block font on each side. On the brown stripe side, the number is orange. On the orange stripe side, the number is brown. Jersey: I will borrow the Jets jersey again. Again, we break the rule of symmetry. + When looking at the jersey from the front, the left shoulder is brown and the right is orange. Pants: Again we borrow the Jets pants as a template. The Jets use white pants with two green stripes. Again, my concept uniform will break the rule of symmetry. The stripe closest to the front is orange and the other one brown. I think the end result is a uniform that looks simple and elegeant, yet has a uniqueness all its own.