NHL and Reebok Unveil A Streamlined Jersey Design

Kerrigan, Andy
February 2007
SGB;Feb2007, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p12
Trade Publication
The article provides details on the updated National Hockey League (NHL) uniforms designed by Reebok. The uniforms, called Rbk EDGE Uniform System, made their debut at the All-Star Game in Dallas, Texas. The uniforms are made from different material, have a performance focus, and use the Bead Away water repellency system. The uniforms are slimmer and are expected to launch at retail in September 2007.


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