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UNIFORM HISTORY

Known as the Boston Patriots during their AFL days before the merger, the Patriots wore conventional red and white uniforms for 22 years before coach Bill Parcels revamped the look with navy “nautical” blue and “new century” silver upon his arrival in 1993.

Three years later, the uniform revamping came full circle during the Drew Bledsoe era with the reinvented Patriot-head graphic blown up across the shoulders and drop-shadowed numerals adorning both home blue and road white jerseys.

In 2003, New England moved to its current look with wide striped shoulders, block numerals and gray pants. A silver alternate home top was introduced and red and white piping became the lead accents. Currently, the Patriots have a navy home top, a white road jersey and a red alternate used in their throwback combination. Silver pants, navy pants or white throwback pants with red and blue stripes complete the various looks.

Since 1994, the Patriots have worn their metallic silver helmet with a corresponding blue and white Patriot-face decal that replaced the original “Pat Patriot” logo after the 1992 season. White throwback shells with the red and blue graphic are also available.

Prior to the color scheme switch, New England’s majority red and white gameday look included red tops with white numerals and blue stripes at home and the inverse on the road. Current navy home jerseys feature white numerals accented in red.