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I looked to past jerseys that the Oil have worn and tried to mix the best elements of each era. For the color scheme, I kept the midnight blue and copper that they currently use and added orange from the 80's. The shoulder logo is a simplified version of the current secondary logo.

Home:

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Away:

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C & C always appreciated.

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Looks very nice, although the shoulder piping isn't necassary it still is a good concept. also can you tell me where you found that pants template?

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Any comments wound be much appreciated.

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I think it looks nice, but it's not really anything I haven't seen before. That doesn't make it a bad concept, but standing alone there's nothing that really sets it apart from anything that's been on this board before

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Heh. Not much is very different here. I've never liked the midnight blue/copper color scheme to be honest. But, I think much more can be done with this. Not a bad start, though.

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It looks like you merely gave it the Hurricanes Makeover, merely adding minimal piping while keeping the basis of the jersey the same (Obviously I'm talking about the pre-EDGE jerseys). It looks solid, but I wouldn't call it an upgrade

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It looks like you merely gave it the Hurricanes Makeover, merely adding minimal piping while keeping the basis of the jersey the same (Obviously I'm talking about the pre-EDGE jerseys). It looks solid, but I wouldn't call it an upgrade

Well it's definitely an upgrade to the first Edge jerseys they released but still not by much.

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