In the 46 years of the Denver Nuggets, each jersey design has represented an era of a star player and some type of postseason success.
In the early years, Bobby Jones wore the pickaxe uniforms when Denver made the 1976 ABA Finals. Alex English stood out with the rainbow-city logo when the Nuggets made the playoffs nine-consecutive years.
More recently, Dikembe Mutombo displayed the navy blue, dark gold and red when the Nuggets became the first team in NBA history to knock off a No. 1 seed in the first round of the playoffs. Carmelo Anthony introduced the powder blue in 2003 and Denver hasn't missed the postseason since.
Some designs have been just average, but there are a few that you either think are stylish and outstanding, or horrible and foolish.
Will those jerseys finish in the top five?