The Wine & Gold Add Navy to Their Uniform Collection
Cavaliers Unveil New Alternate Uniform for 2014-15 Season
When the Cavaliers step onto the home court to officially start the 2014-15 season, the team will sport a bold new look to launch a new era of basketball in Cleveland.
Suited up in their new navy uniforms with wine and gold letters, numbers and trim, the Cavs will make a fresh on-court debut for their home opener against the New York Knicks on October 30th at 8:00 p.m. The navy uniform will rotate with the existing gold uniform to serve as the official alternates to the team’s home white and wine road uniforms throughout the season.
“With so much excitement and positive momentum going into this season, this special time called for a brand new uniform to match the energy and mojo of the 2014-15 team,” said Tracy Marek, Cavaliers CMO. “Our special thanks to the NBA and adidas for working with us to ensure these unique navy uniforms will be ready for opening night.”
The new navy uniform design reflects the considerable feedback the Cavs have received from fans and the team itself regarding the navy colorway. The jersey will showcase deep wine “CAVS” word marking across the chest, outlined in the team’s bright and bold gold. A distinctive feature will be the positioning of the Cavaliers “DNA” statement “All For One. One For All,” printed upside down on the front left side hem, which will make it a readable inspiration to players. The NBA logo is centered on the back below the neckline above the player’s name. The Cavs secondary logo “C-sword” appears on both sides of the shorts.
While the retail supply of the official Rev 30 version of the uniform is expected to become available in late February, beginning on October 30th, fans can shop at the Cavaliers Team Shop at The Q, or online at CavaliersTeamShop.com to “navy-up” their Cavs wardrobe! The new navy-inspired Cavs gear will feature a variety of headwear options and men’s and women’s tee shirt styles.
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