Jazz unleash updated Nike uniforms for the 2017-18 season.
The Utah Jazz were one of the many teams to reveal their new Nike "Association" and "Icon" edition uniforms this week, though the new Utah jerseys look very similar to the unis they wore last year.
Per the Utah Jazz press release,
"The custom number font that was introduced in 2016 remains, as does the thick color blocking of navy, gold and green on the side panels. This color blocking—which is an homage to the coloring of the trim on classic Jazz uniforms and warmups—remains on the uniforms sliced at a 66-degree angle to match the angles of the Jazz logo."
"New features include the addition of the Nike logo on the jersey and shorts and a 5 For The Fight partnership patch on the jersey. The word "UTAH" has been removed from the back of the shorts, and the neck color blocking has been simplified."
All 30 NBA teams will have four primary uniforms next season, including the "Association" and "Icon" editions, as well as one inspired by the mindset of the NBA athlete, and another representing the communities that support their teams.
Unlike previous seasons, home teams will not be obligated to wear their white "Association" jerseys for home games.
Check out the Utah Jazz's unveiling video below, as well as some additional detailed images.
Stay Tuned... pic.twitter.com/YXP1tNiRdX— Utah Jazz (@utahjazz) August 9, 2017
Side-by-side comparison of Jazz's old and new blue uniforms. pic.twitter.com/971nDG2UBn— Paul Lukas (@UniWatch) August 9, 2017
Side-by-side comparison of Jazz's old and new white uniforms. pic.twitter.com/jhD2b8sQlq— Paul Lukas (@UniWatch) August 9, 2017