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  1. NBA Changes 2017-18

    As ugly as they are (and they are very ugly), I like the idea of having the team name/logo be the focus of the jerseys (versus All-Star or East/West). Fans buying all-star jerseys are buying them for the player/team. Makes sense to have those be the focus.
  2. Chobani New Look

    The problem with their old look wasn't necessarily that it was bad, rather that it was no longer unique. It used to be every brand in the yogurt aisle looked like Yoplait, then Chobani came along. Because of their dominance in the category, you look at the yogurt shelf and everything looks like Chobani. Other brands, and especially private label brands, mimicked them. This change allows them to stand out again. The off-white color and softer word mark take them from a cold, modern feeling brand to something much more natural and nostalgic, which feels much more aligned with who they want to be. Props to them for breaking out of the expected.
  3. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Thunder really need to consider dropping the white sleeves from their Statement set. The white sleeves work with their Icon uniforms, because of the white numbers. But since the Statement uni has no white, it feels out of place. Quick and dirty mockup of what they would look like with blue or orange sleeves instead.
  4. College Football Uniforms - 2017 Season

    I still can't believe TCU went the entire season without wearing their purple jerseys a single time.
  5. NBA Changes 2017-18

    The Utah uniforms are killer. Exactly what a City uniform should be IMO: a solid alternate, localized imagery, a little bit on the wild side.
  6. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Bulls saying their City uni will be unveiled on 12.27 as well. Though if it's up to their social media manager, we may be waiting an extra year.
  7. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Its just a replica. Doubt the on court version has as many seams.
  8. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Somehow looks even worse in real life.
  9. College Football Uniforms - 2017 Season

    They are identical. Both schools use Pantone 201 for their crimson color.
  10. College Football Uniforms - 2017 Season

    @upperV03 Ahhh! Never noticed that before. I assumed they were the same. @BlackBolt3 Yeah, I saw the few pieces of fan gear that had them, but the longer Nike went without some kind of acknowledgement the more I doubted. Edit: Right on cue, sideline gear is added to Nike.com, with the diamond swoosh: https://store.nike.com/us/en_us/pd/cfp-elite-clemson-mens-polo/pid-12328639/pgid-12376347
  11. College Football Uniforms - 2017 Season

    Has anybody heard anything about Nike doing diamond quest uniforms for the playoffs this year? In the past, they've released promo images by now, but I've not seen anything. It's possible that they don't feel like it's "newsworthy" anymore, each year the promo material has gotten less and less. With Oregon wearing diamond swooshes during the regular season, I wondered if the days of the diamond swoosh being used in the CFP were over...
  12. NCAA Basketball 2017-18 New Uniforms

    Sooners chose to wear their PK80 uniforms against USC at Staples. Yet to wear their standard road set this year.
  13. College Football Uniforms - 2017 Season

    Very interesting. I heard a rumor that Jordan Brand’s goal was to have a presence in each major region of the country, with Florida being one potential destination, and another being someone out West, like Arizona or USC.
  14. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I know that the Thunder specifically said they'll wear their blue icon edition uniforms at home for nationally televised games. Their reasoning was so that the "Oklahoma City" on the chest got more air time.
  15. College Football Uniforms - 2017 Season

    Ohio State seems to prefer wearing their alternates against Michigan. Buckeyes have worn alternates against Michigan in 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, and now 2017.