What It Was Like Working for Starter in the 1980s and ’90s

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Twenty years ago today — April 19, 1999 — the sportswear brand Starter filed for bankruptcy, bringing an end to a storied retail and on-field brand.

As it happens, Uni Watch reader Kurt Evans (that’s him in the photo above, showing off Starter’s NFL sideline caps . . . → Read More: What It Was Like Working for Starter in the 1980s and ’90s

Puma’s New Uniforms for The Basketball Tournament

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Last Friday’s Ticker had an item about Puma moving to re-enter the American basketball market. There was more news about that yesterday, as Puma signed more NBA prospects to endorsement deals, announced a lifetime contract for former NBA great Walt “Clyde” Frazier, and hired Jay-Z as the . . . → Read More: Puma’s New Uniforms for The Basketball Tournament

MLB’s Transition to Under Armour Pushed Back a Year

News broke yesterday that MLB’s outfitting deal with Under Armour, which was originally announced to be going into effect in 2020 and was then moved up to 2019, is being pushed back to 2020 again. MLB teams will continue to wear Majestic jerseys and pants next season.

I was first tipped off about this . . . → Read More: MLB’s Transition to Under Armour Pushed Back a Year

The Titans Unveil Their New Uniform Set

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The Titans revealed their new uniform set last night. I gave my assessment of the new look in this ESPN piece, which was published last night. (In retrospect, I wish I’d made the overall grade B-, not B, but that’s what happens when you have to write . . . → Read More: The Titans Unveil Their New Uniform Set