The Los Angeles Rams have unveiled their alternate uniform and it’s already getting major attention. It’s no secret that the team’s fanbase had mixed feelings about the previous two designs, but the latest rendition is drawing rave reviews.
It’s a throwback nod to the 80’s and 90’s when the Rams played in Anaheim. The Los Angeles Rams’ new jerseys are white, adorned with blue horns and yellow sleeves. Yellow pants and blue socks complete the classic look made popular by Eric Dickerson and Jack Youngblood.
The modernized typeface numbers sport a glossy finish/ The “Rams” stylized word-mark is placed on the front left shoulder. Finally, the iconic Nike Swoosh logos along with horns are tatted on the sleeves. On the back of the jersey, a ram head patch is found on the back-neck right above the numbers.
Throwin’ it back with a modern twist. pic.twitter.com/pa4sJGLM8R
— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) July 13, 2021
It’s worth noting that this is the only white colored jersey in the Los Angeles Rams uniform arsenal as the previous releases were blue (home) and bone (away).
The team will wear these alternate jerseys three times during the upcoming season. According to Chief Operating Officer Kevin Demoff, the Los Angeles Rams will likely wear these uniforms three times in the Week 1 opener against the Chicago Bears, the Super Bowl XXXIV rematch against the Tennessee Titans in Week 7, and a Monday Night tilt against division rival San Francisco 49ers in Week 10.
The Los Angeles Rams have one more uniform to release in their set since rebranding last offseason. It will release next July and will add a fourth uniform for the team to wear.