With a little more than two weeks until the start of their inaugural season in the Indoor Football League, the Vegas Knight Hawks unveiled their new uniforms on Wednesday afternoon.
The Knight Hawks will wear black home, white road and red alternate jerseys that are inspired by owner Bill Foley’s time at the United States Military Academy, including the number font, gold wings on the shoulders and striping pattern on the sleeves.
That pattern is then carried over to the black, white and red pants, which also feature a Vegas wordmark down the sides. The stripes are truncated and lead into a small gold section, which complement the aforementioned wings and the gold stroke around the numbers and nameplate on each of the three jerseys.
The Knight Hawks will have two helmet options, including a chrome gold design that uses the same materials as the chrome helmets worn by the NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights. The other is white, with both using a red facemask, the wings from the Knight Hawks’ primary logo on the sides and the star from the iconic ‘Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada’ sign as a center stripe.
The uniforms, which were made my Maxim Athletic and each prominently display Vegas’ primary logo on the chest, will make their on-field debut when the Knight Hawks host the Northern Arizona Wranglers at The Dollar Loan Center in Henderson on March 18.
Photos courtesy of @KnightHawksIFL on Twitter.