This morning, the Toronto Raptors officially released new designs for 3 of their newly designed jerseys that the team will be wearing upon tipoff of the 2020-2021 NBA season. These new jerseys seem to be heavily based on the 2019 ‘Earned Jerseys’ which were sported during the Raptors 2019 championship run.
Seen in the picture above, worn by O.G. Anunoby, the statement edition uniforms are primarily black and red. The player’s name on the back of the jersey is in white whilst every other text on them is red with white trim. Although not obvious in the picture, these jerseys also have a faded pinstripe that pays homage to the Pinstriped jerseys worn by the raptors in the mid to late 90s.
Seen above, worn by Pascal Siakam, the Association edition jersey looks very similar to the 2019 ‘Earned Jerseys’. With a white base and red chevron that says “Raptors” across it, these are some of the cleanest jerseys in the NBA. The text on these jerseys are red with black trim and say “We the North” near the waistline.
Worn by Kyle Lowry in the photograph above, The jersey has a red base with a black chevron. On the chevron, the team name is in red with white trim and the player name is all white. The Player’s numbers are black with white trim. These jerseys also say “We the North”.