A (hopefully) comprehensive look at the uniforms, logos and design of the Green Bay Packers, 1919 to today
Monday, December 31, 2012
What is Your Major (Wardrobe) Malfunction?
That's Don Barclay, who suffered a bizarre wardrobe malfunction near the end of the second quarter of yesterday's game in Minneapolis. The #6 is nearly ripped off his jersey. I'll see if I can find a better picture.
Chance Michaels is a native New Yorker who spent many of his formative years in Milwaukee and developed a lifelong interest in the region's sporting history. In addition to his work with the Green Bay Packers Uniform Database, he edits BorchertField.com, an ongoing research project devoted to Milwaukee's pre-1953 baseball clubs and their ballpark.
When not immersing himself in old game programs, wire service photos and newspaper archives, he produces theatre Off-Broadway, and was formerly a contributor to The Onion. He lives in New York City with his family.
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