The Charlotte Hornets unveiled new Association and Icon Edition uniforms to be worn starting with the 2020-21 NBA season, in association with Official Jersey Patch Partner LendingTree.
The league got rid of “home” and “away” jerseys since its partner with Nike back in 2017, so this gives teams' more freedom to switch up their uniforms.
The new uniforms feature double pinstripes on the jersey, reminiscent of the second iteration of uniforms worn by the original Charlotte Hornets from 1997-2002, though the pinstripes are all one color in the new version.
The Association Edition jersey says “Charlotte” on the chest in teal and has teal numbers, all of which are in the team’s current font and are outlined in purple. The anthem decoration above the tag says “Hornets” in purple, while the neck and arm openings are teal.
The Icon Edition jersey says “Hornets” on the chest in white and has white numbers, all of which are in the team’s current font and are outlined in purple. The anthem decoration above the tag says “Charlotte” in purple, while the neck and arm openings are white.
The league and Jordan Brand announced that all 30 NBA Statement Edition uniforms will now feature the Jumpman logo starting next season.
Jordan Brand became the Hornets’ uniform provider in 2017.