Chazberg Posted January 27, 2017 Report Share Posted January 27, 2017 (edited) Something that has bugged the hell out of me ever since the league adopted the Edge jersey is the positioning of patches on the chest. This goes for both captaincy patches and anniversary/special occasion patches. Since the Edge templates all have extra seams on the side of the chest near the armpits, teams have for some reason avoided sewing patches over the seams, which forces them to cram the patches in closer to the center of the jersey, usually riding right on top of the crest. Needless to say, this looks like absolute crap. My question is, why can't teams simply sew the patches over the seams? Numbers routinely get sewn down over the fight strap, so I know it's not that difficult. In the NFL the front and back numbers both overlap the boxy seams of the Nike Pro Combat template. So what gives? It seems like good design principles have gone out the window in favor of being slaves to the template. Here's a quick mockup example: Edited January 27, 2017 by Chazberg Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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