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Let’s Talk About the Seahawks’ Silver-and-Blue Uniforms

We’ve known since last fall that the Seahawks would revive their silver/blue uniform as a throwback this season, and now we finally know when that throwback game will take place, because the team announced yesterday that the retro threads will be worn on Oct. 29 against the Browns.

By handy coincidence, my Uni Watch Premium article over on Substack this week is a deep dive on Seattle’s silver/blue set, full of fun facts and obscure nuances. You can read the first part of it here; in order to read the entire thing, you’ll need to become a paying subscriber to my Substack (which will also give you access to my full Substack/Bulletin archives). My thanks, as always, for your consideration.


Comments (8)

    Is it unusual for them to announce when the team will be wearing the uniforms BEFORE they reveal or announce the uniforms? Seems odd.

    Aside from that MASSIVE front number the only graphical thing that makes the old Hawks jerseys unique is the arm loop, which of course is positioned in a place that no longer exists on modern jerseys. Potential trainwreck pending.

    I cannot remember the source or the year but I remember reading an article way back when this was the Seahawks’ uni that surveyed NFL players on what they thought wwere the best and worst uniforms. Seattle finished dead last with players describing it as “boring.”

    I always thought the green being on the outside of the pants stripes made them POP!

    Hopefully the “Action” green, but I wouldn’t mind seeing the “Wolf” gray go…

    When I see that picture of the third (or fourth)-best QB in ‘Hawks history, I think of inconsistency.

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