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Sharks unveil Reverse Retro jersey

November 16, 2020, 3:43 PM ET [4 Comments]
Ben Shelley
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The San Jose Sharks unveiled their Reverse Retro jersey today, shown below.


The jersey is a remixed version of their old road uniform, which was introduced in 1998, however, this version has the base colour as grey. It was also cool to see the Sharks go back to their former logo for the uniform:


I think this jersey is decent. Considering the Sharks already have a teal jersey, a white jersey and a black jersey, they had pretty limited options to do something different here but found a creative way to still introduce something new. That said, the colour scheme isn’t overly exciting and doesn’t catch your eye as much as some of the others that were released today.



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