Green Bay Packers
This uniform draws inspiration from the past. The ACME text is a tribute to the team’s old name while the yellow shoulders comes straight from the 1937 season. The green base color is the exact color used in the 1935 season. Overall, this uniform does a great job representing the history of the franchise, it’s just not that attractive.
This redesign is the sleek update the Packers have been needing for years. The green is darker and that really makes the yellow pop. Yes, the franchise is steeped in history which is why the uniforms haven’t changed in a long time. This concept is proof that it’s time for a 21st century redesign.
It’s a classic. The look hasn’t changed in decades, and for good reason. Green shirt, yellow and white sleeve stripes. Throw in a helmet logo so timeless that the University of Georgia copied it and you’ve got one of the best uniforms in the entire NFL.
Our Pick: The UE Redesigns are the runaway winners of this. They bring the Packers uniforms into the 21st century and make an uncomfortable color palate look good.