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Rod Johnson posted this pic, pray to Lord Tebow that these aren't our new jerseys
They look cheap and ugly
LORD FORGIVE ME FOR THE GOON DADDY IS COMING OUT TONIGHT
Def have an 80's look to them
Agree that looks like tear away jersey crap.
I like em
as a spectator they will be easier to see-for the announcers they will be greatly appreciated
And that's a first down!
That's that ish I don't like!
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Lock and ban?
Definitely has an 80s/90s look. I think they are great. First memory that popped in my mind was Errict Rhett, old #33.
This post was edited by Gatorbiguns 18 months ago
Can someone post them beside the old ones? I can't tell anything looks different.
I like them.
I think they'll look much better with "cooler" numbers like singles, or 22 or something like that. 55 Looks pretty lame no matter what the font.
Maybe they're just spring game jerseys
The one jersey on the back says Florida
Same here..They literally look exactly the same to me.
Rod's physique doesnt give them a good look. In pads the jerseys will look fine.. Very little difference.
This post was edited by swampchomp615 18 months ago
I like the font on the old ones. Meh..whatever, I'll buy one anyway.
Easy, easy there....those were glory years for some of us.
From the uniform salesman in me:
It appears that UF is going to the sublimated twill numbers. Uniform manufacturers have developed this style to make the jerseys lighter and to allow the numbers stretch more with the jersey.
In previous years jerseys, in order to get the white/royal/orange scheme of the numbers (on the blue jersey for instance), the manufacturer had to layer and sew 3 sets of twill fabric on top of each other (each color has it's own layer).
If these are the new sublimated style numbers, then it is 1 piece of twill fabric instead of 3, but each color is dyed into the single piece of fabric and sewn to the jersey in whatever pattern is chosen creating a lighter jersey.
It was also developed for teams to use custom number designs such as camo designs, or gator scales inside the numbers, etc.
still not a fan
To be honest, I'm not either.
I use it for the customers that want the sewn-on look of the pro jerseys, but don't want to pay the pro style price. Not sure why UF would go to it, if that is indeed what it is. Money is obviously not an issue at Fla.
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