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Forest or kelly green and white.

Those are the colors the New York Jets have stuck with since transitioning from the New York Titans in 1963. Uniform looks have varied over the last half century, but the recognizable corresponding colors haven’t – besides a few different shades of green.

New York’s current forest green and white uniforms have been in place since 1998 with a white shell and green helmet sticker similar to what was donned in the late 1960s and 70s. Coach Bill Parcels, when he changed the jerseys back to a classic look, decided not to bring back the Kelly green shade from the Jets’ days in the AFL. By 2003, New York had several alternate looks including all-white on the road, all-green with white sleeves at home and additional green pants for some away games.

The franchise’s primary logo was attached as a patch on the left front shoulder for the first time in team history.
From 1978 until 1997, New York’s graphic of choice was a script “JETS” with a jet-shaped logo spanning the word on a green helmet.

In 2009, the Jets unveiled their “New York Titans” throwback, a white jersey with shoulder stripes and mustard gold pants. The 50th anniversary throwback helmets were logo-less navy shells with a contrasting mustard gold stripe.