On August 17th, 2010 the Cleveland Cavaliers unveiled the team’s new uniforms for the 2010-11 season in front of an enthusiastic crowd of Twitter followers and others who attended a “Tweetup” event on Tuesday evening, hosted by the team. They were the first to see the “original expression of wine and gold” home and road authentic uniforms that reflect the colors and style elements from the earliest years of the Cavs.

The uniforms feature a deep wine and bright gold that echo the hues from the early 1970s, with a simplistic, yet bold, design and introduce several new and unique design elements. The front of the home white jersey displays a new official team wordmark “CAVALIERS” in wine across the chest, and the front of the road wine jersey the new wordmark reads “CLEVELAND” in white.

On both uniforms, special details make them distinctive. The Cavaliers DNA statement: “All for One. One for All.” is printed along the back of the inner-collar of the crew neck jersey, and the Cavaliers secondary logo “C-sword” appears on both sides of the shorts.

2003-Present Home Jersey

Daniel Gibson
Cavaliers’ G from 2006-Present