Holdahl: Blazers Abandon Plans For New Jersey Designs

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

The Portland Trail Blazers say they have abandoned plans for new jersey designs after fans showed a strong preference for the current looks and new uniform options presented by Adidas failed to impress.

Casey Holdahl of Blazers.com reports that the Portland Trail Blazers have abandoned plans for new jersey designs after fans showed a strong preference for the current looks and new uniform options presented by Adidas failed to impress.

First and foremost, the survey results showed that fans overwhelmingly approve of the current uniforms.

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Finally, while the team was satisfied, for the most part, with the new options offered up by adidas, none of the designs were so well-received that the team felt they compelled to make a change.

His full story is here.

Back in November, the Blazers began exploring their options for new home and away jerseys that would have rolled out during the 2015-16 season.

Earlier this month, it was reported that the Blazers will add sleeves to their "Rip City" alternate jerseys.

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