The Los Angeles Kings unveiled their new jerseys they’ll wear at the Stadium Series outdoor game in February – and while the coolness status of the jersey itself is up for debate, the hockey pants that go along with it are a hockey crime on par with Cooperalls.
The Los Angeles Kings
unveiled their new Stadium Series jersey Tuesday night – and while it’s up for debate whether they’re a fashion crime or not, the hockey pants that go along with them need to be imprisoned for life. The sweaters themselves – which will debut at California’s Levi Stadium
when the Sharks host the Kings in an outdoor game Feb. 21 – aren’t eyesores, even if the actual design takes some getting used to: However, the overall look – specifically, the white pants that match the bottom part of the jersey – just looks wrong. I’m not going to say they appear diaper-like, but they do
smack of Cooperalls, and that’s reason enough to demand a redesign:
— Jack Wilson (@JACKaWILSON)
December 17, 2014
If static images of the Kings’ new jersey aren’t enough for you, here’s a snazzy little video the Kings produced to tout the new product: