Dumbest Sports Fashion Decisions

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Dumbest Sports Fashion Decisions
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Apparel has long been a cash cow for major sports leagues. But, with team colors limiting the number of style options, organizations are challenged when it comes to creating more product.

Lately—however—it seems that uniform designers are taking the Miley Cyrus approach to brand strengthening, stirring up so much of a ruckus that the world has no choice but to notice.

That means adding sleeves where they didn't exist before, declaring neon the new black and—when in doubt—adding a camouflage motif.

That said, this list is not about postgame presser style or ridiculous magazine spreads. Instead, we're focusing on in-game uniforms, regrettable throwbacks and color schemes that seem to have been created for the sole purpose of trolling hometown fans. 

While you might expect the Creamsicle Tampa Bay Buccaneers or '70s era Houston Astros to appear on this list, they're not. Those uniforms, like the Volkswagen Bus or Hulk Hogan's acting career, are so bad that they're good. This article is about uniform choices with absolutely zero redeeming qualities.

From neon jerseys to baseball shorts, these are the dumbest sports fashion decisions.

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