Today the San Jose Sharks revealed the new redesigned 2013-2014 jerseys, branded "New Wave." In a smart marketing move, the Sharks tweeted a brief tease on Sunday night, showing only a glimpse of the striped arm.
The new jerseys were redesigned for both a traditional hockey sweater look as well as performance. They are now made of Reebok Play-Dry fabric to regulate temperatures and keep players cool. The old black shoulder caps and stripes at the bottom were removed in order to get rid of some of the weight in the jerseys to make players more aerodynamic on the ice.
As far as colors go, you will still see the white, teal and sleek black sweater options, though the colors will focus on the teams traditional primary color of teal. Gone is the orange piping around player numbers and letters. Designers also added a nod to traditional hockey sweaters by adding lacing around the neckline.
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