Nike trailer teases new NFL Pro Combat Uniforms for 2012 In a short video clip narrated by Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael "The Playmaker" Irvin, Nike hints at what they plan to do once they get back the NFL license next season. Having already made a splash in college football with the highly controversial Pro Combat uniforms, you can expect some big changes coming to the NFL in 2012. Irvin coins the revolution an "epic transformation."For several years, Reebok has been the sole provider of NFL apparel on the field after years of competition between Nike, Adidas, and even Puma. Nike regained exclusive rights last year and will be slowly rolling out a campaign so as to not tick off the millions of people who will be buying Chad Ocho Cinco New England Patriots jerseys by Reebok only to find out it’ll be obsolete the
Wholesale jerseys from China following year (not because Ocho got cut). The trailer is very much in the recent Nike philosophy of not giving too much away but being super agro at the same time. There is a short cut in the video featuring a hint of the jersey. Considering the skull on the neck patch and black and grey tones, it wouldn’t surprise me if this was meant for Raider Nation. It remains to be seen if this will be a permanent change or if they will be alternate uniforms much like how the college programs will be using the Pro Combat gear. Considering how strict the NFL
Cheap jerseys is with their dress code on gameday, I doubt you’ll be seeing something as obscene as these.
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