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Using Pro Combat for Good, Not Evil -- Part I.v

By Phil Hecken

Last week, I introduced you to the full NFC version of how the NFL could adopt Nike’s toy pro combat uniforms when they take over the uniform contract for the 2012 season. Using a mix of current and retro-inspired uniforms, today I will present the first half of the AFC. . . . → Read More: Using Pro Combat for Good, Not Evil — Part I.v

Using Pro Combat for Good, Not Evil -- Part I

By Phil Hecken

With the recent “scare” a few weeks ago with the “fake” Nike Pro Combat templates that went viral on the Interwebs, everyone began to fear the worst once Nike actually takes over the NFL clothing contract in 2012. And why not, some of those over the top designs were really . . . → Read More: Using Pro Combat for Good, Not Evil — Part I