Workshop Jumper Ideas For 2020

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Javelin

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What's wrong with a red jumper with a single gold V, with the inverse for away/clash? If they want to be clever they could create a decent logo/monogram and place that under the V as well. It might have shades of Hawthorn/Melbourne but those jumpers were worn so long ago it shouldn't matter.
 

Red Crow

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What's wrong with a red jumper with a single gold V, with the inverse for away/clash? If they want to be clever they could create a decent logo/monogram and place that under the V as well. It might have shades of Hawthorn/Melbourne but those jumpers were worn so long ago it shouldn't matter.
Because thats more or less the Brisbane Bears jumper.
 

Javelin

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Because thats more or less the Brisbane Bears jumper.
...which hasn't been worn since the 90s, and when Brisbane rolls it out they won't be wearing it against Gold Coast. Make it yellow with a red V then, it doesn't really matter. There's a limit to the number of unique (traditional) designs you can make, so something is always going to look like something else. You can argue about changing colours, but let's be honest, how many teams have actually changed theirs? Fremantle comes to mind, but they didn't change colours, just dropped some. Just like every other team, Gold Coast is not going to change theirs.
 

Red Crow

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...which hasn't been worn since the 90s, and when Brisbane rolls it out they won't be wearing it against Gold Coast. Make it yellow with a red V then, it doesn't really matter. There's a limit to the number of unique (traditional) designs you can make, so something is always going to look like something else. You can argue about changing colours, but let's be honest, how many teams have actually changed theirs? Fremantle comes to mind, but they didn't change colours, just dropped some. Just like every other team, Gold Coast is not going to change theirs.
Sure, but I think it gets a bit murky when your talking about an old design of their local rival. You're right that theres always going to be crossover with designs if you want to keep it traditional, but if anything Gold Coast should be steering away from Brisbane, not closer to them.
 

LeeARM

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May 11, 2008
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Hopefully they make it fit within the black panel like the Dare logo. It always looks so much better than going over it. Same for the cross jumper.
 

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Barrybran

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Quick 5 minute job of what I'd like to see Collingwood wear away to Geelong in the future. Could also use an inverse of this as a new clash strip.

Still black and white stripes, but would create a significantly greater contrast.
I like it. How about something like this?

 

Billy ray

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Nov 10, 2013
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View attachment 748726

Quick 5 minute job of what I'd like to see Collingwood wear away to Geelong in the future. Could also use an inverse of this as a new clash strip.

Still black and white stripes, but would create a significantly greater contrast.
I dont mind that but in reality the current home and black shorts v geelong in white shorts is contrast enough as evidenced by last decade or so. Would this new collingwood one with white shorts provide enough contrast with geelong in blue shorts? Still reckon its two teams in dark and light v light and dark and messy.

But as a jumper like i say i like it
 

TY24

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I dont mind that but in reality the current home and black shorts v geelong in white shorts is contrast enough as evidenced by last decade or so. Would this new collingwood one with white shorts provide enough contrast with geelong in blue shorts? Still reckon its two teams in dark and light v light and dark and messy.

But as a jumper like i say i like it
I'd be putting Geelong in white shorts and Collingwood in black shorts regardless of who's home game it is. The 'away team wears white shorts' policy just creates unnecessary clashes.
 

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