15 of the best jerseys in pro sports

What is your favorite sports uniform combo of all time?

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Sports, regardless, will be remembered mostly for inspiring victories and crushing losses. But athletics and Fashion can sometimes come together at a beautiful crossroads and create iconic looks for us on the field that we won’t soon forget.

Here are List wires 15 tips for the best jerseys in pro sports…

New York Yankees

Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge (99) Credit: Wendell Cruz-USA TODAY Sports

The #1 shirt for pinstripes and don’t you dare put a last name on your back. Love ’em or hate ’em, the Yankees have an all-time look at the diamond.

Los Angeles Lakers

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Winning helps and the Lakers have done a lot of that. But you don’t always see that purple and yellow make for a classic look, and it does in LA

Pittsburgh Steelers

Steelers defensive tackle Cameron Heyward (97) Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Black and yellow with the unique helmet featuring the team logo for the Steelers on one side only. Also, thanks to Pittsburgh for all of their pro teams having the same color scheme.

Boston Celtics

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A nickname and logo can help bring a color scheme to life. That’s what the Celtics are going for in their uniforms, which… They can’t really imagine looking any different than they already do.

Brazilian national team

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With the World Cup just around the corner, if one color comes to mind it’s the yellow and green of Brazil. It’s so iconic that it’s hard to remember the team actually having two jerseys.

San Diego chargers

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Powder blue, those studs, those yellow pants. Something about being together on a soccer field, specifically. The Chargers just have an amazing look that they should never walk away from.

Las Vegas robbers

Raiders defensive end Maxx Crosby (98) Credit: Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

There is only one “silver and black”. It’s the Raiders. Although their colors are… pretty basic, it’s a uniform we’re all familiar with in the United States. Bonus points for the “black hole” that also meddles with the coloring.

Los Angeles Dodgers

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Historically, the Dodgers have had a fresh, clean, and classic look. When you think of West Coast baseball, the Dodgers spring to mind. But her look has its origins in Brooklyn, and the club has never strayed from that. Nowadays, when a team moves, that’s a quick change.

Montreal Canadiens

Canadiens right wing Cole Caufield (22) Credit: James Carey Lauder-USA TODAY Sports

Speaking of staying the same, look for the uniform worn by Canadians from the 1910s or 1920s. They look iconic and the same. They Habs’ image has stood the test of time.

Barcelona FC


It’s hard to pin down club football looks. It looks like they change every year. But there is no doubt that El Clásico is the most important football matchup in Europe every year. While Real Madrid look fresh in their white kit, many teams are developing a similar style. There really is only one red and one blue Barcelona.

New York Rangers

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The Rangers, also known as the “Blue Shirts…”

If your team nickname is based on your looks, do it right. The Rangers, much like the Canadiens, are an original six-man team with long-standing style. The diagonal name is a nice finishing touch.

Manchester United

Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

“The Reds” are not actually Manchester United. Their rivals, Liverpool, hold that title. But Man U’s “Red Devils” have a stranglehold on the Red Tops in Europe. All that winning helps too.

Arizona coyotes

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The Arizona Coyotes, who sport the “Kachina Coyote” logo, don’t have a long history behind their uniforms. But come on when you look at that sweater how cool is that? So different in the best possible way and it was a crime that the team took those away from us for a while.

Dallas Cowboys

Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

It’s America’s Team, after all, and just like how we started it, you might hate it, but you know the classic white cowboy jersey.

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