The Dallas Cowboys’ logo was the focus of a national debate last year over the appropriateness of their jersey prices.
Now, the Cowboys are back at it again with a new, bold look.
Article Continued BelowArticle Continued belowArticle Continued BELOWThe NFL’s new logo for the Dallas Cowboys will feature an elephant in a white robe, and the Cowboys’ iconic blue and white striped uniforms are back.
It’s a bold design that will be worn by Dallas players in 2019, when the Cowboys host the Green Bay Packers in their first home game since losing their NFC East divisional playoff spot in 2016.
The team said in a statement the Cowboys logo “is a tribute to the Cowboys and a celebration of the game of football.
The Cowboys’ blue and gold striped uniforms will return for the 2019 season and continue to celebrate the past.
The Cowboys will wear a new uniform color scheme this season in preparation for the season, and they will also be wearing a new jersey color scheme for the first time since last season, the team said.
The jersey will feature a white stripe across the chest, a red stripe down the front and a blue stripe across each leg.
It will be a uniform that will look similar to the team’s white jersey from last season.
The new jersey will be available at Cowboys.com and online at CowboysShop.com.