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The Black (fashion) Jerseys are Coming...

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So, Nike has an "Impact" Limited Jersey that is the famous (or infamous) all black. I haven't found the Colts ones anywhere yet, but they will likely look very similar to the Giants ones (example in link).

I know the black jersey is a topic brings out strong opinions here :D and I was wondering what you all think of these.

There's a couple of things I don't like. One is that the NFL logo on the collar is apparently missing. The other is that there is so little other than black, that the difference between one team to another can be very minimal.

http://www.nflshop.com/product/index.jsp?productId=13270269

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I like them. I think they should do something different with the number colors for different teams. Giant, Colts, Panthers, Lions Titans, and Patriots all have a form blue it would be cool if they changed up how the blue was incorperated into the numbers.

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I wonder if the stripes and numbers will be outlined in blue.

I wish the numbers, lettering, and stripes were blue with white outlines.

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Looks more like a Carolina or Jacksonville jersey. it would be perfect it the lettering was a bit more on the teal side.

I'll stick with the actual team colors.

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I would love to see the Colts wear all black during a game..

No way,one great tradition we have is never really altering.

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Black jerseys are bad luck for me. Before the Super Bowl I got a fake black Manning one cause the pro shop was out and we lost. Then after our loss to the Jets I got a real one and it ended up being Mannings last game with us and never even got to wear it with him as a Colt.

That being said I don't know if these have the extra details of the normal jerseys like our shoulder stripes. Everyone I find is just a black jersey with the symbol on the arm and a team colored outline around the name and numbers. If thats how they are then thats pretty dumb imo.

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Our color is blue. Root for Pittsburgh or the Raiders if you want black.
get outta here with that *..not everybody lives under a rock..people can have their preferences..

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These will not be worn in games. Hence, the "fashion" title of the thread

EDIT: was trying to quote/answer Betheafan41, but I guess my phone wont do the quote function

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