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Royce O'Neale in the new City Edition Uniform (Photo: Utah Jazz)
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Jazz Unveil Revamped Dark Mode City Edition Jersey

Royce O'Neale in the new City Edition Uniform (Photo: Utah Jazz)

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Utah Jazz will have a new look during the 2020-21 NBA season. The Jazz unveiled an updated ‘Dark Mode‘ version of their city edition jersey in anticipation of the league’s December return in a promotion featuring wing Royce O’Neale.

The jersey resembles the team’s original city edition uniform released in 2017, with the gradient pattern inverted from yellow on the shoulders and transitioning down to black on the waistline. The striped color pattern pays tribute to the red rock formations found throughout southern Utah. The word Utah is displayed across the front of the jersey.

“The asymmetry of the color bands on the shorts are an homage to the late ’90s uniform, which featured a mountain range on the left leg,” The Jazz website reads. “The Jazz/state logo—representing how the Jazz belong to all of Utah—has been promoted from the waistband to the right leg of the shorts.”

The “Dark Mode” shorts feature Moab’s Delicate Arch on the beltline where the logo for the state of Utah used to reside. The left leg of the otherwise black shorts mirrors the black to red color gradient.

Last season the Jazz unveiled their classic edition jersey, a throwback uniform based on the road jerseys the team wore during their back to back Finals appearances in 1997 and 1998.

The Jazz will enter the season with their white association edition jerseys, blue icon edition jerseys, gold Jumpman statement edition jerseys, the revamped dark mode city edition jersey, and the yet to be released earned jersey awarded to teams that qualified for the 2020 playoffs.

Fans wanting to purchase the jersey can do so on December 3 according to the team’s website.

The NBA season opens on December 22 with training camp beginning on December 1.

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