Blazers throwback jerseys are here.
The lowercase lettering, the old-school pinwheel, the historic red color, it’s all back.
The reveal of retro jerseys in Rip City was a thing of beauty on Sunday afternoon.
At the conclusion of Sunday's ‘Bike with Bill Walton’ event, the Portland Trail Blazers unveiled its latest uniform.
Emotions and memories came flooding back to past generations of Trail Blazers fans.
The 2019-20 ‘classic’ jersey features the lowercase vertical text from the Trail Blazers 1977 season to commemorate the Blazers championship year.
Blazers will wear this uniform for the decades games this season. Copy of the '77 i is. pic.twitter.com/GEhKNSTmVg— Dwight Jaynes (@dwightjaynes) August 25, 2019
Walton and longtime voice of the Blazers Bill Schonely stood alongside each other to reveal the latest jersey.
The unis will go on sale at Rip City Clothing Co. in Moda Center in October.
The squad will sport these red 1977 Championship replicas with 'blazers' written vertically down the chest during our preseason opener Oct. 8 at Veterans Memorial Coliseum and all five decade nights throughout the year.— Portland Trail Blazers (@trailblazers) August 25, 2019
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The Trail Blazers will round out their five different uniforms this season with a City Edition jersey that is set to be released in November.
From the looks of it on social media this ‘classic’ uniform will most certainly be a fan favorite this season.
Now it’s time to bring another championship to Portland in these jerseys.