The Charlotte Hornets just unveiled their first two uniforms for the upcoming 2017-18 season, the White Association and Teal Icon editions.

Although Nike is the new NBA uniform partner, the Hornets are the only NBA team (and U.S. professional sports team) to have Jordan Brand uniforms.

Standout changes on the uniforms include thinner stripes on both versions, the White uniform now having a secondary logo on the side of the shorts instead of  the Crown CH logo we’re used to seeing.  The teal uniform now says “Hornets” on the chest of the jersey and “Charlotte” in the tone-on-tone lettering on the shorts, reversing the prior designs.

For those who may not know, each NBA team will now have a total of 4 different jerseys/uniforms. There are no longer known as  Home, Away and alternate uniforms. It may take some time to get used to it, but more options and looks is always better, right?

The Association Edition, the traditional home white uniform, links the 30 teams as members of the most exclusive basketball club in the world.  It represents an achievement that most athletes have worked their entire lives to reach.

The Icon Edition, previously known as the road uniform, represents the rich heritage and iconic identity that exists within each franchise. This edition utilizes the team’s primary color, a color that dominates the closets of the most diehard fans.

The two remaining core uniforms, inspired by the mindset of the NBA athlete and the communities that support their teams through thick and thin, respectively, will be revealed in the coming months.

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