The Jets had worn the same uniforms since 1998, when then-coach Bill Parcells led the charge for a redesign. The new outfits were largely inspired by the ones worn by the franchise's Super Bowl III championship team, though the Kelly green was changed to hunter green and black was removed as an accent color.
In respect to this, do the Jets have new uniforms?
The Jets unveiled on Thursday evening their new uniforms, helmets and branding for the 2019 season and beyond. Their team colors are "Gotham Green, Spotlight White and Stealth Black." In addition to new green and white jerseys and pants, the Jets introduced for the first time in their history black alternate uniforms.
Did the Jets change their colors?
Officially, the team's new colors are Gotham green, spotlight white and stealth black. Here's a look at the new helmet -- which includes a new logo -- that the Jets will be wearing from now on. The Jets also unveiled a new white uniform and a new green uniform.
Why are the Jets wearing black uniforms?
Unlike Adams, Leonard Williams knows which combination he prefers. Naturally, he favors the Stealth Black, which the Jets can wear three times in the 2019 season, because he's wanted to wear black uniforms since his days at Florida's Mainland High School.
What color uniforms are the Jets wearing today?
Officially, the team's new colors are Gotham green, spotlight white and stealth black. Here's a look at the new helmet -- which includes a new logo -- that the Jets will be wearing from now on. One thing some fans will notice is that the new green helmet was the same one that was leaked earlier this week.