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ColorWerx Welcome to ColorWerx™ (formerly The Society for Sports Uniforms Research™ - SSUR™). This is a temporary "redesign" of the site...eventually, this website will be fully re-built. Under the SSUR name, this site has been featured and/or quoted in many publications and online websites including: USA Today The New York Times The Chicago Tribune The Philadelphia Daily News Currently, this site references over 7,100 professional team color sets, and (as of 08/01/2013) over 2,400 collegiate color sets (and counting). ColorWerx
The Football Uniform Site The Football Uniform Site elcome to the new and vastly improved football uniform site. If this is your first visit (and even if its not), this site displays graphical renditions of football uniforms. As creators of this site, Kevin Beller and Paul Reeths specialize in rare uniforms from several of the smaller leagues. We first started working on these uniform graphics for the United States Football League site and quickly found ourselves with requests to do several others.
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Ultimate Mets Database - Mets Uniform History Ultimate Mets Database - Mets Uniform History 1962Original uniform design Team Colors: Royal Blue and Orange HOME UNIFORMJersey: Design Description: Original design combines aspects of the uniforms of the New York Yankees, Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants. White button-down jersey with royal blue pinstripes (pinstripes based on the Yankees), with "Mets" in script across front on an upward slant (layout style based on that of the Dodgers). "Mets" script is royal blue (taken from the Dodgers) outlined in orange (taken from the Giants). Royal blue undersweater. Numbering Style: Block, two-color (royal blue with orange outline), eight-inch numbers.
Mets by the Numbers Hi again! Only days until we'll know what numbers the Mets will issue to their new personnel, and there's a lot of it. That includes at least 12 guys on the 40-man roster yet to have been issued a number, and at least a dozen more with spring training invites. And that doesn't include the couple of brand-name goods they may still buy this spring, Brandon Lyon (frequently but not always, 38) and Michael Bourne (most recently, 24 with Atlanta). Mets by the Numbers
LogoServer: Preserving Logos. Preserving History.
Infinite Helmets- abode Infinite Helmets- abode 2012 - A new year, a new version of IH. FOR RESEARCH! FOR REFERENCE! FOR FUN!
Illustrated NFL- Chuck Ren & Other Notable Artists Back in the late 1970's, the National Football League employed the services of many established young, up and coming artists to produce artwork for publications, posters and promotions. Many of these artists had long and fruitful careers with the NFL and produced some of the most memorable sporting art ever seen. Artists such as Chuck Ren, Jim Lamb, Paul Kratter and Keith Batcheller particularly gave us some memorable images, including program covers, prints and the now highly desirable Damac range of team and city themed posters. This site is a tribute to those artists and their wonderful work, and in particular the late Charles Ren, whose work continues to be inspirational and influential to aspiring artists like myself. Illustrated NFL- Chuck Ren & Other Notable Artists
Ernie Davis... back where he belongs Click on picture for more details Hollywood Will Never Be The Same ….. after Helmet Hut assists a major motion picture production Click on picture for movie details Helmet Hut Helmet Hut
Greenxoblue: NFL Seahawks Game Used Equipment & Vintage Memorabilia Portal
Football Uniforms Past and Present 2000's Though we are in the infint stages of the 2000's it is apparent that this is the golden age of uniforms in the NFL. Teams all over the league are making changes. Some changes radical, some changes subtle but all in all everyone recognizes the importance of a quality looking uniform. There doesn't seem to be a leaguewide standard so many teams assert some independent creativity. Football Uniforms Past and Present
NFL PROTOTYPES NFL PROTOTYPES Here are three radically different proposed Falcons helmets. The first is a prototype supposedly considered by the team during it's inception in the late 60s. The second was a change proposed around 1974. The final helmet is a design group portfolio item I first saw in 2002.
Throwbacks, Throwback Jerseys, Vintage Flannels, Vintage Jerseys, Baseball Caps | Ebbets Field
WSI's News System WSI's News System by George Bova In 1900, Charles Comiskey moved his St. Paul franchise of the Western League to Chicago's South Side. The newly-re-christened American League was challenging the established National League for baseball supremacy and Chicago was ground zero for their assault. Playing at 39th Street Grounds (just four blocks from their current home) Comiskey's White Stockings won the league championship that season, and won the pennant again in 1901. For over 100 years now, the Sox have called that same neighborhood--Chicago's Armour Square-- their home.
Uniform History The Chicago Bears, originally called the Decatur Staleys when founded in 1920, wore blue jerseys with tan colored vertical striping in their inaugural season. The vertical stripes were actually stripes of leather sewn onto the uniform to help the ball carrier secure the ball. History of the Chicago Bears Uniform - Chicago Bears
This is a listing of what colors the Pittsburgh Pirates wore during their multi-colored uniform period of 1977-1984. Most of the information comes from photographs, especially from newspapers. Some gaps were filled in from the "rules" described below. The primary source is the Google News Archive, which includes the two daily Pittsburgh papers of the time (the Press and Post-Gazette). BucTracker
Every year since the inception of the Super Bowl, editorial cartoonists from newspapers and magazines throughout the nation have hyped that year's Super Bowl. Since my childhood, I have collected these and assembled them below. Each year I find my favorites. Super Bowl Cartoon Art and Sports History
Uniform and Warmup Gallery I (Kentucky Colonels, Washington Caps, Virginia Squires) Uniform and Warmup Gallery II (Denver Rockets, Denver Nuggets, Minnesota Muskies, Miami Floridians,The Floridians) Uniform and Warmup Gallery III (Dallas Chaparrals, Texas Chaparrals, San Antonio Spurs) Remember the ABA: Uniform and Warmup Galleries