The Utah Jazz unveiled the team’s Classic Edition uniforms for the 2019-20 season, which revive the purple mountain theme to connect today’s Jazz players to a highly successful and celebrated era in team history.
At 11 home and select away games this season, the Jazz will wear purple uniforms based on the road kits from 1996-2004, a period that included back-to-back trips to the NBA Finals in 1997 and 1998.
Additionally, when the team takes the floor at Vivint Smart Home Arena donning their Classic Edition uniforms this season, they will play on a replica of the Jazz basketball court from that period.
The Classic Edition jersey features the prominent white-to-purple gradient mountain range and is trimmed in purple, teal, white and copper. The ’90s Jazz wordmark is featured on the front chest, while white numerals trimmed in copper and teal sit underneath.
The shorts feature the white mountain range on the left leg, the “UJ” secondary mark on the right leg and the tertiary snowflake basketball logo on the waistband.
The uniform also includes the Nike logo on both the jersey and the shorts, as well as the 5 For The Fight partnership patch on the jersey – the only cause-related jersey patch in the NBA that supports cancer research.