The Dallas Cowboys announced on Wednesday they will wear their “Arctic Cowboy” alternate uniforms for the first time at home when they host the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday (8:20 p.m. ET on NBC).
Initially introduced as their Color Rush set in 2015 and updated last season when the Cowboys added a white helmet to their rotation, the full ensemble has only been worn in wins at the Tennessee Titans and Los Angeles Chargers.
The uniforms feature white helmets with Dallas’ primary logo on both sides, two blue stripes down the center and a white facemask, white jerseys with navy blue sleeve caps and stars on the shoulders and white pants with navy and silver stripes.
The look is effectively the road version of the throwback uniforms the Cowboys wore on Thanksgiving, but swaps the gray facemask and vintage star logo for a more modern design on the helmets.
Dallas is 6-4 overall in its Color Rush uniforms, which were previously paired with the Cowboys’ standard silver helmets. That includes a 3-3 mark in games played at AT&T Stadium.