Uniform Concept: Layden Throwback

Today marks our 27th uniform concept for Notre Dame football and this will be the first of a multi-concept run from our graphic designer partner Clint Glaze. He’s going to show off several concepts based on uniforms of Irish past.

In terms of uniforms, the late Elmer Layden era at Notre Dame during the closing years of the 1930’s saw the Irish wearing a green jersey much more regularly but the biggest change was the addition of white shoulder yokes on the jerseys. This concept is a throwback based on the standard blue uniform of the time.

By | 2017-12-05T19:31:42+00:00 December 5th, 2017|Football|4 Comments

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MTI98
MTI98

Dilly Dilly

aheadofme
aheadofme

I really like these, but if I could make a suggestion, maybe there’s just a bit of a disconnect between the shirt and pants. Maybe the shirt needs some gold accents or the pants some white accents.

Clearwall
Clearwall

Slap a star on these and they become:
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Mustard pants on that jersey might look a little odd, is my only thought. In general, I like this because it reminds me of the Cowboys.

DrIck
DrIck

Go home Elmer, you’re drunk.