The Jacksonville Jaguars Unveil Their New Uniforms And Replace Hated Two-Tone Helmets With ‘Traditional’ All-Black Version
The Jacksonville Jaguars, who were one win away from a Super Bowl berth last season, unveiled their new uniforms on Thursday afternoon.
Three new jerseys, three pants, and an all-black helmet are what’s new for the Jags this upcoming season. The major theme of the Jags uniform reboot was a back-to-basics, return to tradition approach.
Vice President of Football Operations Tom Coughlin statement on new uniforms.
“I wanted to see the return of tradition, I wanted to see the distinctiveness, I wanted the shiny black helmet with a beautiful Jaguars logo,” “I wanted to be represented that way. Just exactly how I’ve explained it: the classic Jaguar uniform. To a player, the uniform means everything. Because when you put that uniform on you not only represent your franchise, your team, your community; you represent your family. You represent your parents, your wife, your children, everything packed into one because your name is on the back of that uniform.”
Everyone hated the two-tone helmet, the new all-black helmets are pretty dope and are a sight for sore eyes.
Here’s an official look at the new UNIs