In doing a review of the various uniforms worn by the Chicago Bears in their franchise history, at Gridiron Uniforms.com, it appears that the first time the Bears went to a white jersey top along with white pants was in 1957.
For my money, I would rather see the Bears wear the dark top with the white pants, or the white jersey top with the dark pants. There is something about the all-white look that rubs me the wrong way.
For any games in the winter where snow is already falling, I would imagine that it would be tough to spot the players when you are trying to find a target through all of the snowflakes.
I couldn't find a picture of the 1957 Bears team, but I did find a 1932 picture of the championship Bears team that wore these crazy striped socks. I guess we will have to go with the crazy-socks 1932 uniforms instead.
For those that were expecting the vote to be the older solid orange jerseys, I actually like that retro-look.
Photo credit: NFL Hall of Fame.com