This was tweeted earlier today. And if you have trouble seeing it, here’s the actual image of the new Jaguars Nike uniforms.
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It was reported earlier that the Jaguars would add black in 2013 but it looks like it will make its return for this upcoming season. It’s a little plain but we’ll see how it looks live. There are a few things to notice in this photo.
The first thing you see are the two jerseys on the far left. Those will be the practice jerseys. It looks like it has some serious side piping down the side. I really don’t care too much for practice jerseys but I usually like them to be one solid uniform color instead of a two-tone.
Nike had said that they wanted to just adjust the template and fabric of the jerseys that weren’t going through a design change. It looks like the seem for the side piping is getting a slight readjustment and it looks a lot better already.
In his final season at Stanford (a Nike school), Harbaugh was already wearing his version of a black sweater.
On April 1st, Nike will become the official outfitter of the NFL and all previous products, uniforms created by Reebok will no longer be in use. The change in supplier means that every aspect of the team will be made by Nike. From uniforms to shirts, Nike will be the outfitter.
There has been buzz as to what the Nike takeover will do to the uniforms but there is one thing that will see very little change on the 49ers’ sideline — Jim Harbaugh’s infamous black sweater.
Despite the change from Reebok to Nike, Harbaugh actually already has a history wearing a Nike black sweater. In his final year at Stanford (a Nike school), Harbaugh donned Nike’s version of a black sweater and black cap. Much like the Reebok sweater Harbaugh wore this past year, it’s all black and features a simple team logo.