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  1. 5". The Cincinnati "Big Red Machine" of the 1970s wore the perfect stirrups IMHO.
  2. I'd like to see that NHL Dallas Stars use this D logo - their current one always looks too low and off centered on their jersey.
  3. They do the Steelers better than the Steelers (block style numbers are so much better)
  4. I like the uniforms. I'm not a big fan of white spikes either, but the A's and white spikes go hand in hand at this point - not a deal breaker, though.
  5. Nice work. I would just reverse the pants on the home and road (black jersey/white pants - white jersey/black pants) and have white or orange topped socks with the black pants.
  6. I think the Tennessee Titans original uniforms were underrated. I always liked the number font - very distinctive for them while still legible. They weren't perfect, in my opinion - I wasn't a big fan of the logo, but I think the new uniforms are a downgrade (although I do like the navy helmet).http://http://
  7. If this logo would replace the blue trim inside the C with green, I think it would look a little better. That way, at least ALL of the team colors are represented in it.
  8. Definitely better than what they wear now. Add a little neon green trim to the numbers and you'd really have something.
  9. I don't know about the jerseys, but I can't get enough of that CBS intro montage in the video!
  10. I guess I'm one of the few who can tolerate the Canucks "Flying V" uniform. I like it in blue and green. Johnny Canuck looks a little cramped inside the V, though. I'd move him to each sleeve and put the player's number inside the V. Sounds crazy, I know, but so is the uniform. The NHL probably wouldn't allow no TV numbers, though.
  11. Good update, but I really wish they would stop putting D-BACKS on their jerseys - it looks so amateurish. Why can't they just put the A on the left chest of the home jerseys? (the road ones are fine as-is)