The Toronto Raptors have unveiled three new jersey designs for the upcoming season. The major theme of the jerseys is the chevron across the chest, which draws back to the red-and-white jerseys they wore in Game 6 when they clinched their first championship in 2019.
The jerseys are shown in the following promo:
The main difference is that all of the jerseys now feature the chevron design. In previous years, the lettering across the chest formed a semicircle, while two small chevrons aligned the sides. Otherwise, the same colour scheme of red, white and black remains the basis of the jerseys, and the sponsorship patch over the right shoulder is still Sun Life, despite rumours of a change to Drake’s OVO apparel brand.
The red statement jersey features the Jumpman logo instead of the Nike swish on the left shoulder. There is also a subtle pinstripe design, which ties in with the throwback designs that also had the same feature.
Statement Piece.— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) October 15, 2020
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There will still be two more designs that have yet to be announced. Based on previous seasons, there will likely be something of a throwback to the 90s and an OVO-inspired jersey for Drake night.
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