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With six championships over an eight-year span, Michael Jordan made them iconic in the 90s. Chicago’s classic red, black and white threads have withstood the test of time, holding true in the era of pushing-the-envelope alternates, bright colors and awkward wordmarks.

Chicago’s current white and red uniforms have been in place without much change since 1966. The Bulls donned cursive “CHICAGO” lettering road reds in the 1980s before transitioning to their “BULLS” look early in the Jordan years.

In 1995, Chicago introduced a black road alternate featuring red pinstripes and striped waistband that took the NBA by storm. The menacing get up intimidated opponents and became one of the NBA’s all-time greatest alternate combinations, not to mention being worn during the association’s best single-season ever for a team (72-10).

Chicago’s primary angry bull’s face logo with its horned dipped in blood has been in place since the franchise’s inception as well as the Bulls’ arched wordmark. In 1999, the franchise dropped “BULLS” from its road uniforms and replaced the wordmark with “CHICAGO” before reverting back in recent years. The Bulls’ diamond shorts have remained in place throughout.

Joining the Christmas Day monochrome movement in 2012, Chicago unleashed all-red uniforms with black outlines on lettering and numerals. Chicago’s all-durasheen uniforms from the mid 2000s have thankfully been scrapped in recent years.