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UNIFORM HISTORY

Stars on shoulders. Road whites at home. Different shades of blue throughout the season.
Iconic and original.

The Dallas Cowboys’ gameday uniforms have rarely been revamped since the franchise was established in 1960 and for good reason. The Cowboys have donned their widely-recognizable silver helmet with a blue “Lone Star” since 1964 and have captured five Super Bowl titles in the familiar lid.

In recent years, the Cowboys have worn their early 1960s uniforms defined by shoulder stars on Thanksgiving as a home alternate. White helmets and white pants accented with navy stripes complete the near perfect look.

The usual home get up includes white jerseys — reserved for most teams’ road look — with royal blue numerals and sleeve stripes, a tradition that began in 1964 under Tex Schramm. Metallic silver pants (silverblue) are worn every game.
On the road, navy tops with white numerals and a white neckline is the choice. Nicknamed the “Stars and Stripes” uniform, the Cowboys’ alternates have white lettering and numerals with navy accents.

The franchise’s metallic silver pants — like the blue-tinted homes — are said to bring out the blue in the navy tops.