Intimidating uniforms

19 Feb

But we'll take the originators of the look, the oil-derrick helmets, and Earl Campbell over La Dainian Tomlinson any day. And it was worn by the greatest collection of talent ever assembled in any sport.

This classic Lady Liberty emblem, set against a dark navy backdrop, is an all-time fan favorite, and stood out among the cartoonish graphics that plagued the NHL youth movement of the late-90s (see: the New York Islanders, Anaheim Mighty Ducks, Phoenix Coyotes). After watching the London team don these as throwbacks in the lead-up to last summer's Games, it's a wonder they ever changed the jersey at all.

Editor's note: This article contains spoilers for the movie "The Elephant Man" (1980).

If you haven't seen it yet, do yourself a favor and watch it before you see Invictus on Flo Marching at the WGI Southwest Power Regional on March 17-18!

The White Sox have seen more jersey and logo changes in their history than half of the MLB teams combined, so it's no surprise that this flawless late-'80s look — one of the best in baseball — only lasted four seasons.

There have been plenty of sartorial atrocities during the last twenty years of Team USA soccer, most notably the AYSO ripoffs in '94.

The All Blacks who fought hard for the country 100 years ago wore that uniform, and thus so too do the All Blacks of today.

Aggressiveness, intimidation, honour, respect, courage, war—embodied in one uniform. This story originally appeared in Sportsnet magazine.

The haka the All Blacks performed before taking on France in the final of the 2011 World Cup ended with each player miming a slash across his throat.

OK, so it's not technically a uniform, but Woods has won 79 career tournaments (and counting) sporting his iconic red-and-black Sunday ensemble. "Because my mom thinks that that's my power color, and you know you should always listen to your mom." Fair enough.

And definitely good enough for inclusion on this list.

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Marching bands have long been a part of the halftime festivities at football games.