The Seattle Seahawks will debut their 1990s-era throwback uniforms during Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns, which kicks off at 4:05 p.m. ET on FOX.
It won’t be their only appearance this season, though, as the Seahawks announced on Thursday the vintage threads will also make the trip to Dallas for their Nov. 30 matchup with the Cowboys.
Dallas typically wears white jerseys at home, paving the way for Seattle to wear the throwback uniforms, which feature silver helmets with a totem-style logo on the sides, royal blue jerseys with the aforementioned logo wrapping around the sleeves and silver pants.
Smaller details include a logo for the Kingdome – the Seahawks’ home from 1976-99 – inside the back collar. There’s also a gap between the helmet logos for historical accuracy, as modern helmet designs don’t have a ridge like older lids.
Sunday’s game against Cleveland will mark the first time in franchise history that Seattle will wear throwback uniforms. It’s appropriate that they’ll be worn against an AFC team, too, as the design was last worn in 2001, the final season before the franchise switched to the NFC.
The Seahawks went 5-1 against the Browns during the uniform’s original run, which spanned from 1983-2001, but only 2-3 against the Cowboys. However, it’s worth noting latter includes a 17-point victory in Dallas on Thanksgiving Day in 1986.