The Indiana Pacers currently have a uniform contract with Adidas. We have 13 basketball uniforms in our database for the Indiana Pacers and are working to add more to Uniform Critics. Feel free to contact us with any uniform designs for this team that we may be missing.


Indiana’s gold and blue has been in place since inception in 1967, but current threads didn’t make their debut until 2005 when the Pacers ditched pinstripes for modern flavor.

The franchise’s primary logo of a capitalized “P” with a gold basketball has stayed with the team forever with minor changes. A hand gripping the ball disappeared from the logo in 1990 and was replaced with tails on the ball to make it appear as if it were moving. Prior to the modern revamping in 2005 and before pinstripes in 1998, Indiana donned slanted striped uniforms in the 90s with their team-specific “INDIANA” wordmark.

Since 1990, an all-gold look has been an alternate option to compliment the franchise’s well-established white at home and navy on the road. The Pacers’ strangest get up last five years in the late 80s featuring a horizontal contrasting banner on jerseys with a “PACERS” wordmark laying across.

Indiana’s current look is monochrome with contrasting stripes — gold panels on white jerseys, navy on navy (separated by gold trim) and gold on gold (separated by navy trim). Shorts include a secondary logo that debuted in 2005 on each thigh. Indiana’s “PACERS” wordmark that was revamped that same year is pressed across the back waist. Plunging necklines of old were updated to v-necks in 1990 and have remained a staple on Indiana’s gameday apparel since.

The Pacers’ pinstriped uniforms donned in the 90s and made famous by Reggie Miller were designed by track and field star Florence Griffith-Joyner and nicknamed the “Flo-Jos”.