4 takeaways from the Jets’ new uniforms

Jets 2019 uniform leak
4 takeaways from the Jets’ new uniforms

08 April, 2019

The Jets unveiled their new Nikefied uniforms on Thursday night, and they match the uniforms worn by six players in a photo that hit social media on Wednesday.

Gotham green, spotlight white, and stealth black are the name of Jets' new colors, says team president Neil Glat.

In a glitzy production at New York City's Gotham Hall featuring videos, live music, current and former Jets stars and more, the team rolled out the new design in honor of their 60th season in 2019.

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"I like them, love the helmet, the 80s (style) logo, the green, I'm definitely buying the black jersey", Jets superfan Scott Mallery said. Before posing in the new uniforms, the players were asked to turn over their cell phones in an effort to protect the secret.

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The new look for the Jets was a necessary change for the team in the midst of a rebuild so the jersey change is a bit symbolic for a team looking to leave tough times behind them.

Sam Darnold #14 of of the New York Jets reacts during the fourth quarter of the game against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on December 30, 2018 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. "That meant respecting the Jets rich tradition, while also taking an exciting leap forward with a bold, youthful, modern and fearless look which embodies the New York Jets".

As part of the re-branding initiative, the Jets introduced the new tagline, Take Flight. That's the NY grittiness that I love.

For the first time in more than 20 years, the New York Jets have chose to completely redesign their uniforms.

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