The Cleveland Browns currently have a uniform contract with Nike. We have 10 football uniforms in our database for the Cleveland Browns 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.


As the NFL’s only franchise without a primary helmet logo, some would say Cleveland’s look needs a massive upgrade, but don’t tell that to the folks who have been around the Dog Pound since the 1950s. The Browns have worn orange helmets with a brown and white stripe on gameday free of graphics since 1952, excluding a few instances when the team wore numeral decals on shells.

After returning as an expansion team in 1999, the Browns updated their helmets to a more vibrant orange then brought back an orange alternate jersey three years later that hadn’t been seen in nearly 50 years.

Cleveland resurrected its orange pants from the 1970s and 80s in 2003 but the look only last two seasons. Brown pants made their debut in 2008, but like their orange predecessor, were gone after two years.

Current combinations in Cleveland include brown on white at home and white on white on the road.