From what used to be basic shirts to differentiate two teams on the same field have now turned into the trademark of each team.
But just because the jerseys have changed, doesn't necessarily mean the have gotten nicer.
Questions always arise when such a big decision is made. Former jerseys bring back memories of the past, hopefully good ones.
Teams walk a fine line between too basic and too crazy.
There is no way to quantify how nice a jersey looks, but when the right combo of lines and colors are found, you will know.
It is aggressive, much like the team’s uniform, which embodies the fierce competitiveness New Zealand’s national sides bring to the pitch.
You could call the uniform retro, but that’s only because it’s barely changed since 1892, the year the New Zealand Rugby Union was formed.
A few days ago, I (GH) needed to locate an article from the late 1980s.
As I looked through the table of contents from the relevant issue of the journal (the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology), I came across a great article that I had not read in well over 20 years.
Many jerseys are controversial, some people love them while others hate them.
It's all an opinion and that's why it's fun to talk about it.
Every team would wear all black if they could, but not every team could pull it off.