The Sixers City Edition uniform is here.
The final piece in the 2017-18 season collection was inspired by the Declaration of Independence and designed in a parchment-paper color.
Uniform features include signature-style letters, a circle of 13 stars, a "76" emblem for the Bicentennial celebration, and red, white and blue trim.
The Sixers will wear these uniforms for the first time Feb. 2 at home against the Heat, followed by every Friday night home game and each home game in April for the rest of the season.
"We’re excited to unveil the 'City Edition' uniform for our incredible fans in Philadelphia as we celebrate this city’s rich history and spirit of revolution," Sixers president of business operations Chris Heck said.
"With a design inspired by the Declaration of Independence and other historical notes, our City Edition jersey captures the essence of Philadelphia in a manner that can be boldly showcased by the likes of Ben Simmons, Joel Embiid and the entire 76ers roster. We’re fortunate to unveil this fourth and final uniform for the 2017-18 season with our partner, StubHub, and look forward to creating even more special experiences for our fans when we wear the City Edition uniform in 2018."
Sixers fans can enter to win a personalized City Edition jersey here.
This one’s for the city pic.twitter.com/t4WismIk2y— Ben Simmons (@BenSimmons25) December 27, 2017
Safe to say Phillies teammates J.P. Crawford and Rhys Hoskins are fans of the new-look jerseys.