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New Sharks Jersey Front, Sleeves Revealed



Credit: Icethetics

This isn’t much of a Stealth jersey, that’s for sure.

New details from the San Jose Sharks’ new third jersey are leaking out, and we were wrong, it’s definitely not a new Stealth jersey.

Unless you consider sleeves featuring a veritable barbershop pole of alternating teal, white, and black stripes as “stealthy”.

Icethetics revealed what the sleeves and the front of the new San Jose Sharks jersey will look like on YouTube today.

These are the sleeves of the jersey:

“The heavier stripes are positioned in the normal spots around the elbows just below the sleeve number, and the thinner teal stripes of varying weights appear to be sublimated like the new Rangers jersey,” says Icethetics.

The front of the jersey carries that over and features the Fin logo which the Sharks

“This is what the front looks like with the same striping below the crest and the variable teal stripes around the hemline.”

And there’s more at the Icethetics video! Including details on the North California patch and logo, plus a shout-out to Teal Town USA’s Erik Kuhre for a similar design months ago:

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