The NFL and Nike unveiled all 32 teams’ new uniforms Tuesday in New York City.
Above is a look at the Broncos’ new orange threads, courtesy of CNBC’s Darren Rovell.
Here is Nike’s description of the new technology utilized in the uniforms:
The Denver Broncos have chosen to take full innovation in the Nike Elite 51 football uniform. The Broncos design aesthetic will stay true to years past while updating the color-blocking in the neckline in order to accommodate the Flywire technology to reduce weight and provide a lockdown fit over the pads. Designed and engineered from the inside out, the new uniform focuses on creating a system where the baselayer, padding, jersey and pant work in concert. A few of the new innovations include increasing sleeve articulation for better range of motion and integrating new four-way stretch fabrication to provide a streamlined shrink-wrap fit.
Champ Bailey is at the event to model Denver’s jersey.
Mitch Unrein, who recently helped get Broncos weight room equipment donated to his high school, recalled trying on a prototype of the new jersey material during the season.
“We got to see the new material –- I remember trying my jersey on and it fit like a glove,” he said. “There is no extra material on them. It’s just boom, fits perfectly on the pads. That helps you out a lot if you’re a defensive lineman because it has that nice cut around the arms, so those offensive lineman can’t hold on to you as much.”