Nike unveils new uniforms for the New York Jets including a new 'Gotham Green' and an all-black alternate

NikeNew Jets uniforms from Nike for the 2019 season.
  • Nike unveiled new uniforms for the New York Jets.
  • The most notable change is what Nike calls a “bolder” shade of green.
  • The uniform set also features the return to a green helmet shell with a new logo and a new all-black alternate uniform.

Nike unveiled new uniforms for the New York Jets on Thursday evening.

The most notable changes are the green helmet with a new logo and a new main colour that Nike is calling a “bolder” shade of green. The Jets are calling it “Gotham Green.”

The Jets are also switching to an all-black “colour rush” alternate uniform. It is the first time the Jets have used black since removing the colour from their uniforms in 1998.

See more photos below.

Here is a closer look at the new helmet and logo.

The home uniform with a green jersey and white pants. This is the first time that “New York” has appeared on the Jets uniforms.


The stripes on the jersey and pants are supposed to be “reminiscent of a jet’s flight trail.”

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Here is what the home uniform used to look like.

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The new road uniform matches a white jersey with green pants. The uniform set also comes with new numbers and typeface that are “intended to evoke a feeling of motion and force.”


Here is the old road uniform.

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The Jets also noted that the white jersey can be worn with the white pants.

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An all-green combo is also possible.

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But the Jets’ new alternate, akin to the old “colour rush” uniform, is an all-black set.


A close-up look at the colour rush uniform.


The Jets’ previous colour rush uniform was an all-green set.

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A closer look at the new helmet and home jersey.

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Now check out all the new unis for the Women’s World Cup this summer.


The new Women’s World Cup uniforms for every country

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