New Orleans Saints Nike Jerseys and Uniforms
Find out how team apparel is likely to be affected in the future with a new manufacturer on board.
When the 2012 season begins, fan favorite Saints apparel will have a different look now that Nike has secured the NFL apparel contract from
Reebok.  If fans want to have the latest Drew Brees Jimmy Graham or Mark Ingram jersey, they'll have to purchase a new one, because the
new Saints Nike uniforms will likely be unveiled in April 2012.  While there is great conversation regarding how Saints Nike jerseys and
uniforms may look, we'll also take a look back at some of the previous designs the franchise has sported through the years.
A New Saints Look For 2012?
When the boys in Black and Gold hit the field next
season, it will be interesting to see what the
uniforms look like!
New Orleans Saints Nike Uniforms
There is great discussion league wide on what type of look
teams will feature in 2012.  There have been artist
renderings released for some teams although nothing can
be officially released until April.  This drawing featuring a
much different look that the franchise has worn before, was
found on
Jockpost.com.
This is one of the team's looks in
the late 1960s when Billy Kilmer
was the team's QB.
With Archie Manning leading the team
throughout the 1970s into the early 80s, the
franchise featured different looks.
QB Bobby Hebert was with New Orleans from 1985-92 and
sported these uniforms while playing for Coach Jim Mora.
QB Aaron Brooks featured Uniforms with both gold and
black pants during his Saints career from 2000-2005.
Since Drew Brees arrived in 2006 and became the face of the franchise,
team uniforms have featured different variations including all-black and the
Super Bowl XLIV combination of white jersey and gold pants.
NFL Uniform Fast Facts
  • The apparel giant will unveil their new team designs in April and speculation
    is that they may use the 2012 draft as a platform.
  • Nike is expected to unveil new uniform technology with lighter materials that
    are performance driven.
  • There is expected to be a jump in player jersey number changes since they
    will no longer have to buy back old stock.
  • Logos are still controlled by the NFL and teams.  Franchises will have to
    apply to make changes to their colors and logos.
  • Like with Reebok, replica, premier and authentic styles should be available.
Will Pro Combat Come to the NFL?
Nike has become famous for their
Pro Combat Uniforms they have designed
for a select number of colleges.
Pictured above is an LSU Combat Uniform
designed for the Tigers.
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