NY Jets fans react to epic new uniform reveal on social media

The Jets' new uniforms are here!
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The wait is finally over. Two months after owner Woody Johnson announced that his team would be unveiling a new (old?) logo and uniform set, the NY Jets officially revealed their new uniforms on Monday.

The new logo is intended to be a modernized version of the famous "Sack Exchange" logo from the 1980s, with the uniforms serving a similar role. In fact, the team's white "Legacy" uniform combination is the same one the team wore on two occasions as an alternate last year.

The Jets have introduced two new uniform sets to go along with their white combination — a green and black "Legacy" set to complete the collection. The jerseys are a very similar design to the "Sack Exchange" uniforms from years ago.

These new uniforms have received nearly universal acclaim from Jets fans, who are excited about their team's new jersey set for the first time in years. This is seen as a huge step in the right direction.

NY Jets fans excited about their team's new uniforms

The Jets introduced their throwback "Legacy" white uniforms last season, even wearing them in their Week 1 win over the Buffalo Bills. Of course, that game will forever be associated with the Aaron Rodgers injury, but it at least ended on a positive note with Xavier Gipson's overtime walk-off win.

The same can't be said about the team's Week 4 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, the other game the Jets wore their alternate throwbacks last season. While the Jets played one of their best games of the year, they ultimately fell short due to some controversial officiating late in the night.

The Jets will be hoping to create new and positive memories in these new uniforms as they usher in a new era. The previous era with the old uniform set only lasted five years, and it's difficult to point to many enjoyable memories. That was a dark time for the Jets' organization.

This arrow is pointing up with this Jets team entering the 2024 season. They enter the year with legitimate Super Bowl aspirations and a revamped image.

The Jets finally look good again — now it's time to win some football games.