The New York Jets will be celebrating their 30th anniversary next year with a number of new uniforms that feature elements of the old uniforms worn by the team from the 1970s through the mid-2000s.

The Jets are the only NFL team to have been in existence since 1966, and since they are a franchise that has existed for over 40 years, there are plenty of nostalgic elements to this new uniform, including a number that will be the inspiration for a whole new look for the team.

The jersey worn by Jets defensive end Justin Smith during the 1970 Super Bowl is one of those jerseys, and as you can see, it’s quite a bit different than the classic jersey that the team wore from the 1950s through 1980s.

While the jersey is a throwback to the days of the ’70s, the team is still looking to keep the feel of the 1970 jersey and to incorporate the iconic logo of the team in the new uniform.

While it’s unlikely that this will be a permanent addition to the team’s jersey, the Jets will still be able to wear the jerseys from the era they were originally manufactured.

In the image above, you can actually see a number the Jets have worn in the past that is quite similar to the jersey worn in their uniform.

This is likely an indication that they will be adding more jerseys of their own as the franchise continues to expand.

The jersey that features the team name is the old navy dress jersey, which will be replaced by a new blue and white jersey, with a subtle blue and yellow accents.

The new navy and white jerseys will feature the same elements as the original, which includes the classic Jets logo and the team colors.

This will be another subtle addition to what has become an iconic look for this team, as the team has made the addition of a number to each of their uniforms over the years.

The blue and black jersey will feature a large “Empire” logo that will serve as the base for the new jersey.

The orange and black jerseys will use a new color scheme that includes a bright orange-yellow color scheme and blue accents.

You can see the rest of the jerseys that will debut in 2017 below.

If you’d like to learn more about the jerseys, head over to the official Jets website and check out some of the other uniforms coming to the franchise.