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Uni Watch News Ticker for Sept. 23, 2022

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Today, we’ve got a modified ’90s Astros logo and lots of college football uni combos for this weekend.



  • A Dallas/Fort Worth-area ventilation/plumbing company is using a modified version of the ’90s Astros logo. (From @HawkeyeOnAir)


  • The Ravens will go black-white-black in Foxborough this weekend. (From Andrew Cosentino)


  • Virginia Tech DB Chamarri Conner wore Frank Beamer’s No. 25 last night. (From Andrew Cosentino)
  • Here are this weekend’s uni combos for New Mexico, Troy, UNC, UNLV, and Oregon. (Thanks to all who shared)


  • For the low, low price of $20, you can have your Bruins jersey emblazoned with the team’s new ad patch! (From multiple readers)
  • The Canucks are wearing pants with no stripes during practice. Remains to be seen if this will carry over to the game pants, which have traditionally had white stripes. (From Brock Jackson)
  • New masks for Ducks G John Gibson and Canadiens G Jake Allen. (From Brandon Weir and Wade Heidt, respectively)




  • Through the end of September, NWSL players will be wearing “We Are BG” T-shirts when arriving at a game, in support of Brittney Griner. (Thanks, Jamie)


  • Nike revealed the training tops for a handful of their World Cup teams. I really like these designs, which makes me even more disappointed in their ugly primary kit template for the World Cup. (From Trevor Williams)
  • Erreà posted a Twitter thread of their kit designs for the five FIVB Women’s World Championship teams they outfit. (From Jeremy Brahm)
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Comments (7)

    Some photos of the Canucks in uniform without the green and white stripes on pants. Recent Young Stars prospects tournament.



    As a Canucks fan, I am disgusted by this. This is a downgrade and bring back the stripes! This organization seems to find ways to put a zit on the face or the dent in the car of what could be a super uniform. Looks good but always has blemishes which can drive one crazy.

    I find it very odd there are that many rules and restrictions on placing an add patch on your jersey. I would not do this myself but I know some people like to have a jersey as authentic as possible and it seems like a lot of hoops to jump through.

    From a uni-only perspective, I like the pants better without stripes. Makes the overall uni feel more balanced while being less cluttered, especially with the thick stripe at the bottom of the jersey and the striped socks creating balance.

    If you scroll down to the faq about the bruins patch it states that it cannot be applied to replica jerseys only authentic. But what is “authentic” as all retail jerseys are Indonesian made so aren’t authentic anyways. And what constitutes a replica?

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