Chris and Paul discuss the MLB All-Star Game uniforms, which were horrible. Or was it just that Chris and Paul are too old to appreciate uniforms designed to appeal to younger fans? It all leads to a really good discussion.
Chris and Paul return with a look back at MLB's infamous 1999 "Turn Ahead the Clock" program, which was supposed to represent the year 2021. Plus an assessment at MLB's City Connect uni program so far.
This week, Paul and Chris spend an hour-plus answering listener-submitted questions about uniforms and logos.
With the NFL Draft taking place this week, Chris and Paul address a bunch of NFL topics, including why Tom Brady doesn't like the league's new uni-numbering rules, the 49ers' 75th-anniversary patch, and the role of jerseys and caps at the draft.
This week, Chris and Paul talk about the Cincinnati Bengals' new uniforms, MLB's new Armed Forces Day caps, and the possibility of the NHL adding jersey ad patches.
This week, Chris and Paul talk about a wide range of topics, including MLB's new Mother's Day caps; the NFL's new proposal to change the rules on uniform numbers; MLB's annual Jackie Robinson Day commemoration.
This week, Chris and Paul talk about the Red Sox's new yellow "City Connect" uniforms, plus they have the second and concluding part of their interview with Dodgers senior design director Ross Yoshida.
This week, Chris and Paul welcome their first guest to the program: Ross Yoshida, who's the Senior Director of Graphic Design for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Chris and Paul discuss a hot-button topic in the uni-verse: the NFL's one-helmet rule. Will it be lifted for the coming season, as has been hinted at? If so, what sorts of throwback helmets might reappear?
Why are so many people who are into uniforms and logos also into collecting, and when does collecting cross the line and become hoarding? Chris and Paul discuss those questions in today's episode.