Logo Links is a quick look at what’s taken place in the logo and uniform world over the past 24-hours, here are your logo links for Friday, March 9th, 2012:
Nike to unveil new NFL uniforms on April 3rd
The day most uniform fans out there have both been looking forward to while dreading at the same time has been revealed, Nike yesterday announced that they will unveil their new NFL uniform designs in New York on April 3rd.
Industry insiders and NFL team officials alike have stressed that there’s nothing for fans to worry about, just the other day the Oakland Raiders stated that their uniforms will not change. But with images of the Oregon Ducks football team and North Carolina Tar Heels basketball teams fresh in our minds it’s hard not to remain a little skeptical.
All we know at this point is that the Carolina Panthers will have a tweaked logo which we saw earlier last month, and the Denver Broncos will be wearing orange instead of navy blue as their main home jersey colour.
For more details you can read about it as well as some predictions in the Portland Business Journal here.
York Revolution unveil new logos and uniforms
The Atlantic League of Professional Baseball‘s back-to-back defending champions, the York Revolution unveiled their new logo and uniforms last night. The team wanted a look that was brighter and conveyed the essence of York being a manufacturing town.
The team considered several additional factors to create a unique look for the team, everything from colour scheme to maintaining it’s patriotic look from their previous branding.
To get all the details you could ever possibly want from an independent minor league team logo unveiling, check out this article on Ballpark Digest.
And the rest…
The Baylor Bears new neon basketball uniforms made their on-court debut last night in a game against Kansas State, the new-look does not have many fans as this blogger from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram makes all too clear.
Good news, as Major League Baseball will now allow, but still frowns upon, the gun on Colt 45s throwbacks. The decision is reportedly up to the Houston Astros and owner Jim Crane, who earlier this week stated he was upset with MLB’s refusal.
The Ontario Hockey League’s Sarnia Sting are holding a contest for fans to design their new alternate uniforms, winner gets a prize pack including season tickets.