The Cleveland Browns shocked the world about a month ago with their revolutionary new logo, and now we have a glimpse of their new jerseys that will be worn for the 2015-2016 season and perhaps on from there. This marks the first uniform change of the team since 1962, and that was readily apparent.
According to Clevland.com, some of the new aspects to the uniforms include:
CLEVELAND” emblazoned across the chest of all three jerseys, making the Browns the only NFL club to feature its city on the front of the jersey rather than its team name.
“DAWG POUND” inscribed inside of the back collar of all three jerseys to pay tribute to the NFL’s best fans.
Contrast stitching in the uniform construction that depicts attention to detail and craftsmanship to exemplify the City of Cleveland’s hard-working, blue-collar demeanor.
Larger uniform stripes extending the Browns’ original pattern into a consistent element through the jersey, pants and helmet to represent team solidarity. The horizontal sleeve stripe on the jersey now also crosses over to the chest panel.
Browns’ bold orange helmets also advance the new stripe pattern further with a distinct carbon fiber texture and a new brown facemask, representing the strong, industrious nature of Cleveland.
Nine available uniform combinations with the introduction of an orange “third” jersey and three pant sets (brown, white and orange).
The new all orange threads are definitely bright, and the Brown’s Joe Thomas had the best take on that specific combo:
Thousands of Browns faithful poured into the unveiling event to be the first to catch a look at the fit.
To be complexly honest, we think they’re actually cool. That of course is relative to their horrendous jerseys of the past, so saying its a step above those isn’t saying much…at least it’s a step in the correct direction.
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