There have been a lot of bad uniforms unveiled within the last year or so, but none may be as bad as the Pittsburgh Steelers ugly new uniforms.
The retro uniforms, unveiled on Tuesday, are meant to mark the team's 80th season, but instead seem to showcase just how badly the Steelers could have used a new designer. The team was founded in 1933 as the Pittsburgh Pirates before becoming the Pittsburgh Steelers later on.
The uniforms are the Pittsburgh Steelers yellow with black stripes and the numbers in a box that is indescribable.
CNBC's Darren Rovell called them the leaders in the clubhouse for the worst retro jersey next season.
What are your thoughts? Are they worse than Baylor's highlighter yellow uniforms? Or what about Maryland's flag-inspired gear?
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A Pittsburgh Steeler shows off the new uniform. Twitter