Green Bay Packers unveil new throwback uniforms

Tuesday July 28th, 2015

The Green Bay Packers have unveiled their throwback jerseys to be worn during at least one game this coming season, a fan tweeted from the team's shareholder's meeting on Tuesday morning.

The look is very similar to the throwback jerseys the Packers donned for three games during the 1994 season, which paid tribute to the Green Bay teams from 1938 to '49 and celebrated the NFL's 75th anniversary. Green Bay wore yellow helmets, canvas pants and stripped socks with the '95 throwbacks, and went 1-2 while wearing them.

In recent years, the Packers have worn Acme Packers throwback uniforms with solid yellow or brown helmets.

- Christopher Chavez

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