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Toronto Maple Leafs concept


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I made this jersey a few months ago. The idea popped into my head during an extremely long lecture. It's a Toronto Maple Leafs jersey patterned after the jerseys Team Canada wore in the 1972 Summit Series against the USSR. :flagcanada:

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Wow... That ain't half bad! I know it may be too retro and/or simple for some people, but I like it. Don't know if I could handle a full season of that, maybe every once in a while.

Hmm... I wonder how that would work with the 1940s style maple leaf?

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As a Leafs fan, I have to say that's really cool. Especially the blue. They should immediately adopt it as the 3rd jersey.

Not that anyone would know. Stupid lockout.

I hear that, brotha!

In complete agreement.

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When I read the title, I thought this would be awful, but these are pretty cool, actually. The only thing I may have done different is to add the "TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS" to the leaf on the torso, but that may also be overkill. Thats a great concept. Or maybe use the 3-striped socks used in the '72 series. Either way, thats an excellent design that alot of designers may have been hesitant to attempt, but you pulled it off well.

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As a Leafs' fan who finds their uniform boring as hell ( I mean when the Alt is barely differnt from the road's... come on...)

I LOVE IT.

Especially the NAVY one!

I totally agree with the Alt. I tried my hand at a St. Pats'esque styled one that wasnt half bad...like a green and blue colour scheme with Toronto Maple Leafs in the Pats lettering. Looked nice, but I never finished it. The home and away's im fine with, there just needs to be a dark and less boring alt. These concepts are nice...but I wonder what it would look like with the 67' Leafs logo on it...

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