The Toronto Maple Leafs are breaking out another new uniform this month.
The Maple Leafs officially unveiled their threads for the team's "Next Generation" game versus the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday night, debuting a jersey design in collaboration with Justin Bieber's "Drew House" clothing brand.
The sweater has the same outline as the Maple Leafs' normal home and away uniforms except for a black and blue color scheme, with black being the dominant color while all the accents and stripes of the jersey are filled in with a dark blue.
Perhaps the most unique part of the jersey, however, is that it's reversible.
Turn the sweater inside out, and it becomes a Drew House branded Leafs jersey that features the clothing line's black and yellow color scheme and a smaller logo that is meant to look like the Drew House smiley face, albeit with the phrase "LEAFS" serving as the mouth.
This is the first time that the Maple Leafs have created specialty jerseys for their annual Next Generation game, with the team typically wearing their normal blue home uniforms to celebrate the occasion for the past few years.
It will also mark the fifth different jersey that Toronto has worn over the past five games, with the Maple Leafs donning specialty uniforms for the 2022 Heritage Classic versus the Buffalo Sabres, then their home blues, then their Toronto St. Pats alternate to honor the franchise's former namesake and St. Patrick's Day, then their road whites, and now this Drew House collaboration.
For a team that does not feature an official alternate jersey, that is quite the variety of uniforms to don in one season.