Bulls unveil new ‘Statement Edition’ uniforms

A fan-favorite Bulls uniform is making a comeback this season.

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A fan-favorite Bulls uniform is making a comeback this season.

The Bulls on Saturday unveiled their new “Statement Edition” uniforms, and they’re amazing.

The remastered uniforms are a throwback to the Bulls’ iconic pinstripe jersey-and-shorts combo worn during the ‘90s.

The black uniforms, which will be worn at seven games this season and will be in the team’s rotation for seasons to come, feature vertical pinstripes and two red lines outlining the neck and arms. Also, as a nod to the Bulls’ success during the era the uniforms are from, the designer added six stars, which form the Chicago flag, on the belt buckle.

Check out the new jerseys:

“For years, we have heard from fans from around the world about their affinity for the iconic pinstripe uniform from the 90’s,” Bulls President and COO Michael Reinsdorf said in a statement. “Our new Statement Edition uniforms are not only a nod to that fan-favorite jersey but also represent an important part of our franchise history, with a modern twist that reflects the look and feel of Chicago Bulls basketball today.”

The team will debut the uniforms on the road on Oct. 28 against the New York Knicks. Then, the Bulls will sport them for six home games.

Here are the dates they plan to wear them at the United Center this season:

  • Nov. 22 vs. the Miami Heat
  • Dec. 6 vs. the Golden State Warriors
  • Jan. 10 vs. the Indiana Pacers
  • Feb. 22 vs. the Phoenix Suns
  • March 6 vs. the Indiana Pacers
  • April 11 vs. the Brooklyn Nets

As of now, the jerseys are only available for pre-sale, but they’ll officially be available on the team website on Oct. 20.

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