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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by NewHorizans, Jan 11, 2013.
That last one might as well the the TN oilers. The one with only baby blue and white looks boring. And the first one has mad **** going on. Didnt dig any of them honestly.
We need to change the uni completely. Head to to. We need a Nike make over and just live with it, the space unis are spent.
The sword should be our logo tho.
Sounds like almost everyone agrees that the sword logo should be the primary. I certainly agree. The flaming thumbtack sucks.
That doesn't necessarily mean that the sword logo has to be on the helmet, though. Teams like the Vikings and Eagles have unique helmet designs that don't include their primary logos. I still think flames on the helmet is much more interesting than the sword logo.
The flames would be alright but I personally think it looks tacky. Just me doe
Arena football here we come.
Clichéd criticism that adds nothing of value to the discussion, here we come.
There's modern football design and traditional football design. There's no arena (or CFL or XFL) aesthetic, just modern/traditional. There are teams in those leagues that are plenty traditional.
Is Seattle an arena football team to you? Because their new uniform set is even more progressive than that one.
It is ugly. The flame on the pants is... flaming. That is tacky.
Seattle's uniforms are awesome.
Deuce's concept is the best I've seen on here.
I still prefer some form of this.
as it stands, the baby blue (imo) is long in the tooth.
the red just adds confusion to the mix.
and the flametack (although a decent helmet logo) has to be one of the worst product logos in marketing. I have yet to see products that feature the flame where it is centered on the product.
I'd give this a chance if it were an option.
Tat idea would be a crazy difference and change out entire image all together. I wouldn't be against it, I think it's well out together but I don't expect it to happen ever. The baby blue will be around as long as bud is, and probably there after also in his memory