The Cincinnati Bengals will debut their new stripes this upcoming NFL season.
On Monday, the Bengals unveiled their new-look jerseys for the 2021 campaign, the franchise's first redesign since 2004.
Marketed as #NewStripes, to pay homage to their Bengal mascot, Cincinnati's new threads feature three sets with the team's core black, white and orange colors.
Each uniform has a few wavy stripes located at the shoulders.
"These uniforms excite me," Bengals QB Joe Burrow said in a statement. "They're cool. I think the fans will like them and they'll be good for us.
"The guys that are here are the kind of people that are going to take this organization to where we want to go. We're the future. It's going to be a fun ride."
After another losing season that featured Burrow suffering a season-ending knee injury, the Bengals are looking forward to a new era. They have the No. 5 selection in the 2021 NFL Draft.
There are lots of possibilities for the Bengals, but one thing is for sure: they'll look good next season thanks to the new unis.
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