Hockey Pants: Surprisingly Non-Uniform

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How Long Was That Jersey Sitting in a Storage Closet?

Screen shot by John M.

Reebok’s vector logo on NHL jerseys was replaced with the company wordmark at the start of the 2011-12 season — a full three years ago — so it was surprising to see Rangers forward Chris Kreider wearing a vector-emblazoned jersey during last night’s game . . . → Read More: How Long Was That Jersey Sitting in a Storage Closet?

Wild Card Notes

Screen shot by Seth Moorman; for all photos today, click to enlarge

Arguably the most uni-notable moment in last night’s American League play-in game came during the postgame interview with Royals catcher and walk-off hero Salvador Perez, when we all got a clear look at the New Balance logo . . . → Read More: Wild Card Notes

A Brief History of World Cup Logo Creep

[Editor’s Note: With the World Cup about to start, Omar Jalife has taken on the truly Herculean task of documenting the history of kit makers’ logos in the tournament. Enjoy. — PL]

By Omar Jalife

When Brazil won the won the World Cup in 1970, it marked the end of two eras. First, it . . . → Read More: A Brief History of World Cup Logo Creep