WASHINGTON — The Redskins have received plenty of criticism over the years for their white pants.
Some fans like the gold pants, with team president Bruce Allen among the strongest supporters, especially when it’s matched with the burgundy shirt. Others aren’t especially fond of the gold pants, most notably when it’s matched with the white shirt.
But seemingly everybody loves the burgundy pants, which the team wore for all three of its Super Bowl victories in the first Joe Gibbs era.
On Sunday, the team is bringing back the burgundy pants, per the Redskins website. They’ll pair with a white shirt, a classic look that seemingly everybody around Washington loves.
This marks the first time the Redskins will have worn the burgundy pants since New Year’s Day 2012, the team says, and fans were ecstatic.