Reports Raise Questions About Group Tied to Camouflage Uniforms

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Hockey Pants: Surprisingly Non-Uniform

I received a note the other day from reader Derek Reese, who raised an interesting point about NHL pants:

I go down to the glass during pregame warm-ups at Florida Panthers games, and I’ve noticed that the pants/breezers are made by several different manufacturers. In this shot, for example, you have players wearing both . . . → Read More: Hockey Pants: Surprisingly Non-Uniform

The New NHL/Adidas Deal: What It Means for Uniforms

The NHL held a conference call yesterday to officially announce that Adidas will be taking over as the league’s uniform outfitter starting with the 2017-18 season and will also be outfitting the 2016 World Cup of Hockey. None of that is news, because the story was broken by TSN a month ago, but . . . → Read More: The New NHL/Adidas Deal: What It Means for Uniforms

Nike Lands Another Big One

The big news in the uni-verse yesterday was the word that Nike will be the NBA’s new uniform outfitter. I’ve written an FAQ-style explainer piece about this for ESPN — check that out here.

One thing I didn’t mention in that ESPN piece is that this deal, once it goes into effect in . . . → Read More: Nike Lands Another Big One