Jets unveil new uniforms: Here's how to buy a Jets jersey

LOOK: New Jets uniforms appear to have been leaked, and they look sweet

LOOK: New Jets uniforms appear to have been leaked, and they look sweet

And after all that wait... they were indeed the ones that were leaked before the event on Wednesday. Again, these are just "leaked images" and have not been confirmed as the uniforms that Gang Green will be rocking next season. But given the Jets logo on the right side of the leaked picture, and that it features New York's stars, these new Jets uniforms seem legit.

While the Jets are clearly pretty excited about their new jerseys, Shazier is not the only one to disapprove of the new jerseys.

As seen in the photo embedded below, the Jets' will apparently be sporting the throwback kelly green shade in 2019, as well as an all-new helmet and black alternate uniforms.

The Jets' uniforms have been similar through the years, with some fairly minor changes.

The Jets unveiled new green trousers to go along with their new white jerseys.

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The Jets also had some guy sing a bad song before the uniforms were unveiled and boy was that awkward.

"We've got the young quarterback, we've got the new coach, the theme of this team is 'Take Flight.' We're ready to enter a new era", Johnson said in a statement. The stripes and fonts on the numbers have changed some, but for the most part it has been a familiar uniform through the years.

Here's the white uniform from last season.

The new makeover unveiled on Thursday marks the first time since 1998 that the Jets have undergone a major uniform change.

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