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Niners Change Their Jersey Stripe Pattern

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A Close Look at Striping on NFL SpeedFlex Helmets

The Riddell SpeedFlex helmet presents a challenge for NFL equipment managers, because its shell includes a cutout on the crown, right where striping tape would normally be passing through. Several readers have commented in recent weeks that the Cowboys run their striping tape across that cutout, while most other teams take the trouble . . . → Read More: A Close Look at Striping on NFL SpeedFlex Helmets

Striped Beauty Lurking in an Unexpected Place

As most of you know by now (and as is pretty obvious from the photo shown above, taken a little over a year ago), I like stripes. Always have. And I don’t like them just on uniforms and other apparel — I like stripes in all sorts of contexts. And we’re going to . . . → Read More: Striped Beauty Lurking in an Unexpected Place

Geezer British Oldies Act Pretends to Know Something About American Sports Uniforms

Interesting mix of sports design and music design yesterday, as the Rolling Stones announced a 15-city North American tour and promoted it by adapting their familiar lips-and-tongue logo to include stripe patterns and other imagery from the teams whose stadiums they’ll be playing in.

My favorite version by far is the one for the . . . → Read More: Geezer British Oldies Act Pretends to Know Something About American Sports Uniforms