Rams game jerseys are white, adorned with blue horns and yellow sleeves. Yellow pants and blue socks complete the classic look of the full. Rams throwback jersey features white retro jerseys with blue and yellow sleeves and royal blue socks. However, the Rams wore red and blue but switched to gold and royal blue one year later since they joined the league. Since then the colors have been associated with the NFL Rams uniforms.
Features of Rams jerseys
The modernized typeface numbers of the Ram's jersey sport a glossy finish. The significant difference between the Rams blue and white jerseys is the numbers on the blue jerseys have a color-to-white gradation while the numbers on the dishwater jerseys do not. Its “Rams” stylized word mark is placed on the front left shoulder. Lastly, the iconic Nike Swoosh logos along with horns are tatted on the sleeves. The back of the Rams jerseys today has a ram head patch found on the back neck right above the numbers. The new Ram jerseys have a unique design feature — yellow zigzag stitching along the top edge of both patches, and it's the same stitch used throughout our jerseys.
Differences between the Rams jerseys
The patch on the blue jersey at least matches, but the stitching at the top is strangely yellow and seems out of place. It is meant to serve as a fashion designer's signature on a piece of clothing, however it is ineffective on the a football jersey. The dishwater jersey has an odd tiny sunburst stripe snaking its way through the number, while the blue jersey has a modified horn treatment on the shoulders. While the dishwater jersey contains both the team and city names, the blue jersey only has the team name. The blue jersey's patch is blue and matches the background color, whereas the dishwater jersey's patch is white and stands out.