Uni Watch Exclusive: Vikings Prototypes

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A Closer Look at Yesterday’s ’Skins Ruling

Looking for Uni Watch’s take on the Hornets’ new uniforms? Look here.

Meanwhile: As you’ve probably heard by now, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ruled against the ’Skins yesterday, canceling the team’s trademarks on the grounds that the team name is disparaging to Native Americans and is therefore ineligible for trademark protection.

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Another Fascinating GUD Discovery

By Phil Hecken

As most of you (especially weekend readers) are aware, the Gridiron Uniform Database (or GUD, for short), the brainchild of Tim Brulia, Bil Schaefer and later, Rob Holecko, has for the past three years been documenting, via historical research, the uniforms worn by professional football teams across America. It’s been . . . → Read More: Another Fascinating GUD Discovery

Uni Watch DIY Project: Tie One On, Revisited

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[Editor's Note: Remember our recent post about DIY NHL goalie-themed neckties? That entry was extremely popular, so today we have a follow-up from the same anonymous contributor. Enjoy. — PL]

By Anonymous

The first three ties I made were really an afterthought — a . . . → Read More: Uni Watch DIY Project: Tie One On, Revisited