• http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000763108898 Tara Patrick

    Love it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1622642739 Matteo Gigliotti

    I’m still attached to the old Jets logo. sorry.

  • http://www.facebook.com/johan.heinrichs Johan Heinrichs

    get over it

  • http://www.facebook.com/johan.heinrichs Johan Heinrichs

    get over it

  • Anonymous

    Love the new logo, but I really want to see it on a jersey

  • Anonymous

    The line up was another amazing experience in the history of the Jets 2.0, one of the many “firsts” associated with this new franchise. I felt like a celebrity coming out of the store and walking past hundreds of fans, all of whom were in awe of my new Jets gear!

  • Anonymous

    Everyone who was around for the Jets in 1996 is going to be attached to the old logo.  However, this is a new team, and a new era.  Better just get use to it now.  The simple, sleek design is excellent in my mind.  Look at the Red Wings.  One of the most simple logos in sports history, and one that is recognized around the world.  And is mostly unchanged in how many decades now?

    I’m jealous of anyone that had to stand in a line to get gear.  Who knows when i’ll be able to get it in Columbus.  Anyone traveling to my neck of the woods soon that wants to bring me a hat?  :)

  • Christopher Stuck

    Like many people, my first reaction was “That’s it?” After giving it a few hours to soak in and coming across it as I watch the videos, read reactions, and look at the stories, I really like the primary now. I liked the secondary at first glance, but the primary seemed kind of bland upon first seeing it. However, each time I come across it after a short break, I like it a little more. It’s clean. It’s classy. It has little details hidden in it that give it more meaning than the immediately obvious “jet on a maple leaf in a circle.”- It’s a nice nod to the RCAF roundel, which immediately gives it some “classicness.”- The nod to the roundel gives a REASON for the circle. It’s not just a circle for circle’s sake.- The two-tone jet seems bland at first glance, but slowly becomes “slick” or “clean” each time you look at it.- There are semi-hidden W’s for Winnipeg.- If the “dark” jersey is the second blue, this is going to look really nice: http://twitpic.com/5u6qff- In semi-metallic stitching, this logo is going to look slick.- The identity takes red, white, and blue and prevents it from becoming American. (My Canadian friend pointed this out.)- This is “old school,” which gives me definite hope for the sweaters. – In monochrome, the primary logo is really clean and really attractive. (You can see that on the right side here: http://bit.ly/plJJfE )Of course, if the “dark” jersey ends up being the navy color, rather than the lighter blue or the charcoal color, the roundel will just look…weird. And, of course, that’s the background they used for a lot of the images we’ve seen so far, which is a little worrying. Still I have high hopes for the sweaters and will be getting my hands on some Jets merch as soon as it’s available this side of the border. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_W7FXIAQE6UEN4RMI6SWXRUC6JE JRoy.

    It’s not a NOD to the roundel,  it IS the roundel with a jet on it.
    Still weak.