The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have an updated look, and on Monday afternoon they released plenty of photos to show off the new uniforms and logos for the 2014 season.
Here’s just a few of the images. You can see the rest, plus a video, over at the Buccaneers’ website.
Nike loves their unique gloves.
I love having the orange Nike logo and “Bucs” right on the shoulder.
And my favorite of the logos, the ship, shows up on the other shoulder. Love this, too.
This is what the chest of the jersey will look like, plus a look at some numbers beside just a “2″ “9″ or “3.”
Bucs logo right on the hip of the pants, plus orange and red stripes.
Here’s the red jersey, which I think looks even better than the white.
Here’s another look at the numbers.
Here’s Gerald McCoy rocking the red.
And another of Gerald.
I like the red quite a bit, and I think the numbers look great. The “2″ was the odd one of the bunch, really.
A look at the red one from head to toe.
The “2″ looks a bit weird, but the rest of this uniform looks great.
Here’s a look at the reflections on the numbers. This could look really awesome during night games.
One last picture with Doug, with a bit of shine on the numbers.
No images for alternate uniforms were released, but with the Buccaneers using orange in the color scheme, it’s not crazy to think they’ll have an orange “throwback” uniform to go to for one week per season.
I know the uniforms are a bit controversial, and not everyone likes them as much as I do. But these images give you a better look, and reveal that the numbers aren’t quite as odd as their seemed in the initial teaser image, and the red uniform looks incredibly slick.
As always, share your thoughts in the comments.
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