Indianapolis Colts have created a new tradition by introducing a new alternate uniform featuring a black helmet, taking advantage of the NFL’s alternate helmet rule. The new uniform is called “Indiana Nights,” and will be worn for the first time in Week 7 against the Cleveland Browns on October 22. Although the uniform may seem similar to the team’s past all-blue color rush uniform, closer inspection reveals unique details that tell a deeper story.
The Colts’ uniform has a blue color which is enhanced by a textured “Heather” material. The uniform now has horizontal stripes on the shoulder pads, along with the customary piping on the pants. The new uniform also features the Colts’ secondary logo on the front shoulder, which was introduced during the 2020 season. The team has preserved their classic number font but added black piping around it as a new feature.
The team has changed their traditional white helmet to a black one. However, the design remains the same and still features the Colts’ iconic blue horseshoe logo. The logo is now outlined with white trim and there is a blue stripe down the middle of the black helmet. The new look is completed with a black facemask.
In the upcoming 2022 season, the NFL has allowed teams to use alternate helmets. Many teams have already taken advantage of this, using it to revive past helmets and uniforms. The Colts are joining in by introducing “Indiana Nights” as a new custom while keeping their largely unchanged uniform that dates back to 1953.
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