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From the merch I've seen online, there are definitely some instances where the lighter blue and silver really pop against the darker backgrounds. Probably a lot more than the subdued, if that's a word that applies to the old Moose colors, ever did.

I'll be getting a shirt or two, for sure.

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Terrible colours and jersey logos/jerseys but still glad they are back.

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I hate the new colour scheme... Nothing about says "Moose" to me

Me too. It's now the Frozen Moose.

Sven was a reindeer, not a moose.

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Antler numbers are back!

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Very nice, but the outline is too thick by half. The lines of the 3 should not touch.

I hate the new colour scheme... Nothing about says "Moose" to me

Me too. It's now the Frozen Moose.

Sven was a reindeer, not a moose.

And reindeers are better than people.

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Very nice, but the outline is too thick by half. The lines of the 3 should not touch.

Good catch. Personally, I think the antler numbers don't really work with their home jerseys, so I might pick up the dark one instead.

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Mentioned this in the NHL thread, but the antler numbers were always a 3-layer design, and they'd look far, far better here if they were navy/white/royal.

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I agree. Navy/silver/royal could work too, but I still don't think the Jets' color scheme works well with the Moose. I don't even think the Jets' color scheme works well with the Jets.

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I think 2-layer looks better than 3, and those colors work perfectly wel together. They just need to thin out the outline a bit.

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The Jets identity is a train wreck. Not something that should be imitated.

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The Moose played their first 2 games away, and I think their dark uniforms look better than their homes. That said, I still miss the old colour scheme...

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I went to the Moose-Marlies game yesterday and I actually thought that the Moose looked pretty sharp in person. But yeah, the old color scheme worked way better.

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The Moose played their first 2 games away, and I think their dark uniforms look better than their homes. That said, I still miss the old colour scheme...

Do they really need to wear Jets jerseys AND have the Jets logo on their shoulders? As if just one or the other isn't enough to let people know they're the Jets' affiliate?

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I don't like minor league clubs having the parent club's logo on their uniforms. But there's something charming about some clubs adopting the color scheme or uniform elements of the big league parent.

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And on the opposite end of the spectrum, we have Blackhawks jerseys with a stick-chomping cartoon pig and a whimsical wordmark on the front.

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I don't like minor league clubs having the parent club's logo on their uniforms.

I like AHL teams wearing the parent club's primary on the shoulder (but I wouldn't want it for the Wolves, because the Blues' logo would clash and everyone who counts hates the Blues). Doesn't have to be on both shoulders, just ties things together nicely. The Jets' primary looks much better as a shoulder logo, incidentally.

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Antler numbers are back!

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A white layer between the black and blue might help make it pop more.

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What black? You mean the blue and the blue? But you're right, white or silver would make a world of difference.

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Antler numbers are back!

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A white layer between the black and blue might help make it pop more.

You'd still have the problem of the outer layers touching on that 3 - rather than two outlines, better to have one outline at half the thickness it is now.

Two outlines can work on a simple number font with straight lines and hard corners. On a complicated font like this, they just make the whole thing messy.

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