With the 2016 NFL Pro Bowl, being played in Honolulu, Hawaii, is less than two months away, Nike has unveiled the uniforms that will be worn for this year’s game.
Nike’s latest batch of uniforms feature and be named after the new “Vapor Untouchable” technology. The uniforms weigh just and astonishing 20.4 ounces and feature minimal seams and fewer panels, which helps improve “stretch, mobility, range of motion and durability.” The new lightweight design was created with feedback and input from players.
The gold trims featured on the knits are symbolic of the ’50th Super Bowl’ theme, carrying out in various ways throughout this season as many may have noticed.
We had to double check the validity of these considering these ‘pro bowl’ players were wearing Cowboys and 49ers helmets, but everything checks out.
These uniforms carry much less flare and of course color than uniforms of years past, especially last years, covered in neon green and orange.
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