The Detroit Lions are gearing up to unleash their fresh threads just before the upcoming draft starting April 25th, promising fans a gridiron fashion spectacle that’s been brewing for years.

Annual meeting produces hints about new uniforms.

President and CEO Rod Wood, at the NFL’s annual meeting on Monday, dropped hints and tackled questions about the Lions’ eagerly anticipated uniform debut.

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Wood discussed a Lions makeover that stays true to the team’s iconic Honolulu Blue and silver palette but adds some spicy twists.

President happy with how uniforms turned out and expects fans to be as well.

Wood said about the uniforms, “I think everybody will be excited about it. I’m not going to tease it too much but I’m really happy with the way it turned out. It was a multi-year process that (chief communications and brand officer) Brian (Facchini) and (chief operating officer) Mike Disner really led and worked with Nike and the league. I think fans are going to be really excited about it.”

While keeping most details under wraps, Wood hinted at diverse pant options to complement the jerseys, giving the team flexibility throughout the season. He also teased a unique tribute to former owner William Clay Ford, promising a departure from the customary “WCF” sleeve patch.

As the Lions prepare to reveal their wardrobe game-changer, anticipation is mounting across Motown. This uniform overhaul marks the team’s first major style shift since 2017.

Although Wood expects the new uniforms to be exciting, not all previous designs have received roaring applause. Complaints have surfaced over the years, particularly about the readability of the gray outlined numbers and the divisive “pajama pants” look.