The San Antonio Spurs currently have a uniform contract with Adidas. We have 11 basketball uniforms in our database for the San Antonio Spurs 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.


Since moving to San Antonio in 1976, the Spurs have donned white, black and silver and have also used the spur in their primary logo. From 1989-02, the Spurs incorporated a remix of “fiesta” colors — teal, pink and orange — into their logos and court paints but uniforms were still white at home and black on the road like they’ve always been.

Since 1977, the Spurs have worn white jerseys with black accents at home with a “SPURS” wordmark across the chest. In 1989, San Antonio added black panels to its home shorts and silver to its road black as well as switching its shorts logo from the left knee to both sides.

Block numerals have been in place since that same season. San Antonio went outside the box in 2012 when the franchise introduced a silver alternate with black accents that didn’t have the familiar “SPURS” wordmark across the jersey. In its place was an over-sized spur, a bit too big for the general public’s liking.

The uniforms are worn for select home games and are a similar color to what the Spurs unveiled during the 1976-77 season. San Antonio’s collar was updated to a v-neck in 2010, a part of Adidas’ Revolution 30 changes.