There’s nothing more exciting than seeing a team wearing a uniform of their choosing.
And so, to honor the National Football League, the Miami Dolphins are using their NFL uniforms to wear on Sunday’s home game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
In honor of this momentous occasion, here are some things to know about the team’s uniform.
First, how to wear your Dolphins uniform First of all, be sure to look your best.
The Dolphins are wearing the blue uniform with a yellow collar.
The black is a darker version of the white that was worn by the Dolphins in 2015.
In addition, the blue and yellow will be the colors of the team.
Dolphins fans will also be wearing a green-and-yellow jersey with yellow trim and gold trim.
That means the blue is gold, not yellow.
It’s a subtle change, but it makes the jersey more dynamic and gives it a bit more style.
The gold trim on the shoulder pads is the same that the Dolphins have worn for years.
The red stripe on the collar is an iconic logo.
Dolphins players have used it since before the start of the current season.
And, of course, there is the logo on the right side of the neck, which is the collar, and the black trim on top of it.
And the back of the jersey is a little more complicated than the front.
There is a “D” in the shape of the collar and “P” in a different shape on the back.
Dolphins head coach Adam Gase used that design for the logo for years in the 1990s.
Here’s how to put it all together.
And you know what?
Here are some of the other details that make the uniform work: The Dolphins don’t have a gold-colored logo.
The team has worn the logo in previous seasons, but this is the first time it will be used on a uniform.