We’re going to try to take some of the popular images from the NHL and turn them into a fashion tutorial for you.
There’s so much going on here that we don’t want to overwhelm you, so I’ll start by telling you all about the new jerseys.
Let’s start with the new Maple Leafs jersey.
The Leafs are getting a bit of a makeover on the back of the blue and white jersey that the team has been rocking for years.
We’re also getting some more colour in the form of white and gold on the shoulders and collar, and a new logo design with an eagle, an apple, and two hearts.
And lastly, we’re getting a more retro look in the creases, with a darker, more rustic look.
We think that’s a pretty cool way to show off the new colour scheme.
Here’s a quick video walkthrough of the new Leafs jersey and its design.
The new jersey is the most noticeable difference.
It has a much darker blue than the old one.
The white and yellow stripes have been replaced by a new, darker blue.
The maple leaf is also a little more prominent on the collar, but it’s not a big deal.
The blue stripe is much less prominent.
I think it’s a little harder to see than the previous jersey.
You might have noticed the darker colour scheme on the jersey, but there’s nothing particularly surprising about that.
The Maple Leafs new jersey, pictured here with the blue jersey, has been a huge hit among NHL fans, and the team is getting even more attention as the NHL Playoffs get underway.
We’ve got a few new jerseys coming out for next season as well, and hopefully you’ll be able to pick up a pair or two to get a glimpse of the uniforms for yourself.
We’ll also be posting a video walkthru of the Leafs uniforms over the next few days.
So let’s get started.
What to look for in a jersey for the 2018-19 season The biggest change is that the new jersey features a more streamlined design, rather than a lot of stitching.
The seams are all pretty straight, and there are no big spots to hang your pants or underwear.
There are no more shoulder straps, but you can still grab your favorite accessories with the waistband or around the neck.
On the back, there are now some nice new logos on the jerseys shoulders.
There aren’t any other subtle changes, like the addition of the maple leaf or the stars.
This new design is also very similar to the one worn by the Carolina Hurricanes last season.
The only thing we haven’t seen from the Maple Leafs this year is a new crest, although that may be coming in the future.
We haven’t heard anything about the design of the pants, which will be different from last season, but we expect that to be a very different design.
There were a few other small changes as well.
The jerseys sleeve cuffs have been removed, but the pants are still fitted in place with a long, straight, metal sleeve.
The socks are now white and have a nice touch of stitching around the toes.
The jersey is very comfortable, and it’s nice to see the players wearing them.
This is a good look for the Maple Leaf players, who were once seen as a bit too flashy in their jerseys.
The back of a Leafs jersey, on the other hand, looks more traditional.
It’s very plain, with just the numbers and a maple leaf on the chest.
The creases are more traditional, with no more creases to hang around your neck.
The sleeves are now longer, but they still look pretty traditional.
The chest is no longer fitted with a neckband, but instead, there is a smaller neckband.
There is a slight bit of movement around the chest, but nothing too noticeable.
The front of the jersey is also pretty traditional, although the Maple Leaves have removed the collar.
The sweater is still white, with the number 10, 10, and 1 printed on the front.
The pants are white and the number 4 on the bottom.
The overall look of the Maple leaves uniform seems to be going with the jersey design, although we haven�t seen any noticeable changes.
The players aren�t wearing the Maple leaf on their jersey, instead they�re wearing the number 11.
We don�t know how they got rid of it, but that number is still there.
We�ve seen a few players wearing it in the past, including Tyler Bozak and Jonathan Bernier.
The number 11 has become a bit more of a fixture in the NHL in recent years.
It seems like a bit odd that the Mapleleaf has fallen out of favor with the players, but perhaps the Maple team needs to find a new home for the number before it goes.
We can see a lot more of the jerseys design in the next couple of days, as the season continues.
Let us know what you think about the jersey changes over the course of the season