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Widely-known for their rainbow color schemes and psychedelic looks in the 1980s, the Nuggets have always been ahead of the curve when it comes to fashion.

Prior to the franchise’s initial redesign and logo switch in 1993, Denver’s uniforms mixed a variety of colors and in the late 70s, featured a “Maxie Miner” logo. The Nuggets kept their pick-axe graphic and red and blue scheme after transitioning from the ABA in 1976.

Denver’s current powder blue and gold made its debut in 2003 during the Carmelo Anthony era after a decade of navy, gold and wine uniforms beginning in 1993. The Nuggets’ current on-court look includes white shimmer uniforms with blue and gold accents at home and powder blue threads on the road. A blue and yellow “NUGGETS” wordmark and numerals are outlined in navy.

Denver’s 2012 all-gold alternates feature a wordmark that’s below the jersey graphic with numerals attached to the right shoulder. The uniform graphic is Denver’s cityscape skyline of old, a direct tie to the Nuggets’ looks during the 80s.

The Nuggets have also included a new alternate logo above the nameplate and at the knee of shorts in recent years, a graphic resembling the pick-axe and mountain tops of old. The updated logo first appeared in 2005 and has been worn as a uniform patch since.

Denver unveiled a monochrome navy uniform with gold accents on Christmas Day 2012, one it likely won’t be wearing again.