Who says he's a little complaining about Twitter never solved anything?
Los Angeles chargers, apparently tired of Tweets that flew to them for their uniforms, finally did something about it today, publishes a few changes that need to be quite popular among their fans and uniform fans too.
Starting from the upcoming NFL season of 2019, stuffed blue alternative uniforms will be their new "primary uniform". White uniform on the road and royal blue color "ColorRush" probably both remain the same. The ColorRush Face Mask is now the main face color for the chargers.
What does that mean? Basically, you will see that they are more likely to wear blouse dust this season than in the past – you'll probably see the navy blues, but only once or twice a year. That and the golden mask … which is so great.
In 2018, the racers carried their navy blue uniforms for eight matches (including the pre-season), and their blues powder twice. The Golden Face Mask appeared once for a victory of 45-10 over the Arizona Cardinals.
The Chargers announcement also gave us another good look at the NFL's 100-year-old track that will be worn by the league next season in the collar:
Chargers went with blue sons as the main home uniform color since 1988 when they played in San Diego, when they replaced the brighter blue (similar to their current "Dress of color") and the gold facial mask. Right blue (as it will be in 2019) was the basic color of the home jersey from their first season in 1960 to 1973.