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  1. to be fair, and although my name is evidence of me being a flyers fan, the flyers use the same logo on all their jerseys. They all have the white outline, but the logo looks way worse on the black uniforms because the logo being primarily black. (pictures all in the spoilers, didn't want to clog the screen) So when I look at Seattle, the logo looks great on the Navy and White uniforms, because the main focus of the logo is that seafoam green color. When placed on the green background it loses its luster. So if they introduce a seafoam uniform, itll look off. this is just my opinion, but logos look the best when they complement the background. The flyers logo on the home orange looks great, even with orange inside it. It stands out, and we aren't hampered to an outline showing the logo.
  2. Yeah and that's exactly my point, they were synonymous with that style, and once Nike and Adidas also made stuff of the same kind, they started losing that draw.
  3. I used to call tons of the athletic apparel just "under armour" even when it was a different brand. Now I just call it all dri-fit. Nike won the battle for me. Under Armour I think just never had the staying power to keep up with the nike and adidas. its a shame because their stuff was actually pretty good.
  4. most jerseys and colors that are visually appealing can be "clean" Bone is not one of those colors
  5. I wish they had both a gold and white pants. When theyre playing Philadelphia, sure white pants would look good. When theyre playing atlanta, yellow pants would look better. Just flexibility in what they want to go with i like the most, a la jacksonville. The jerseys are a little plain but it can be mixed and matched to clash well
  6. thank you @Gothamite, missed that post in the chaos. I still think theres enough teal on it for it to not look like the other teams. For crying out loud the NHL allows tampa and toronto to look like they do... i doubt its a problem and @-kj
  7. Have we seen a full look of the jerseys? I expect them to go navy bottoms and reflect the sleeve stripe in the socks. However, if they go the old? bruins route (i know its not the same but it fits the example) and let the light teal color come up over the knee, it might feel less navy, columbus, and winnipeg-like. The stripes make it so they cant go full reverse color, but im just thinking out loud here.
  8. I usually hate the representative talk about what all of it means, but this part: "The fear lies within what you don't see" with the subtle negative space tentacle and the eye, that's brilliant. The space needle in the anchor logo rocks. I was in Seattle for a few days last year, and the logo fits what I feel the "vibe" is there. I'm a big fan of a rebrand for the first time in a while, wow. I think the dislike of Kraken comes from the idea we knew it was coming, it wasn't a "shocking" reveal in that case. I'd much rather a team that looks good than one that has the "best name."
  9. also- costom number font, and I like it. Simple but clearly unique. hell yeah Seattle
  10. holy crap they nailed it I was hoping for a dark green and salmon sockeyes personally. But this is incredible. Unique colors, an awesome logo, and the jerseys are beautiful. Fits the Seattle feel 110%. At least they're not also neon green.
  11. Penn state basketball has a solid blue stripe on one side, blank on the other. Looks very sleek.
  12. I said it on page 1 of this thread but I’ll say it again: this is hands-down an upgrade over “volt” era The color scheme is fantastic (Chiefs and flames are only big4 teams that use it) Sure they have pretty great throwbacks, but also this is modern, sleek, and can be a long term solution. Bravo Atlanta.
  13. 2 things: this absolutely beats what they have right now the color scheme is SO cool. Yeah they have great classic unis but i is but I really like this
  14. Texas Tech didn’t *need* an update, but I love what they have done. its simple, sleek, modern, yet still unique and recognizable in a very overdesigned CFB. imo, this is what the NFL falcons should’ve done...
  15. I'll make a chime in here It feels inevitable, i obviously wish we could go no ads, but here we are and we likely will have them. Playing devil's advocate, extra revenue might do the sport some good, players could actually get their pay and would play. In the NBA, the ads that are white/ team colors actually look alright. I dont hate it. Sixers/Celtics come to mind. However, those who have company colors (Bucks, Thunder) look horrible. So if we REALLY have to have ads, they would be tolerable in small team colors.