Hall of Fame cornerback Deion Sanders once said, "Look good, feel good, play good." A two-time Super Bowl champion, Sanders knew what he was talking about. If the Chicago Bears were to switch over to this alternative jersey, they'd be making Sanders proud.
The Graphic God, a viral and influential graphic designer in the sports world, tweeted a white-hot Polar Bear alt jersey for the Chicago Bears.
See the alternate jersey for yourself here.
Bears fans on Twitter (or X) had nothing but positive things to say about the Polar Bear jerseys.
Established in 1920, the Chicago Bears are one of the NFL's oldest franchises. There haven't been many changes to their classic uniforms. Could a new uniform be what they need to energize the team and its fanbase? Quite possibly.
I mean, who wouldn't be hyped for their team if this was their new alt jersey? They're as fresh as it gets. They're oozing with swagger.
These jerseys scream 17-0. How are you supposed to tackle a player like Bears quarterback Justin Fields in this sleek and slippery uniform? It's just not going to happen.
The Bears' current alternative uniforms are orange helmets, jerseys, and then white pants. While the current alt jerseys are fly, the orange is a bit overpowering. They've also been the Bears' alt jersey in some way, shape, or form for years now. It's time for something new. And a recent NFL rule change could help make this happen, big time.
The NFL reinstated the alternate helmet rule for the 2022 NFL season and beyond, per NFL.com. This means all 32 NFL franchises can have an alternate NFL helmet to go along with their standard look. The Chicago Bears elected to go with an orange alt helmet in 2022.
However, this rule change enables the Bears to go all in and unveil the Polar Bear uniforms that drew praise on Twitter.
The Bears' Polar Bear alt jerseys are similar to the Snow Leopard alternative helmet-jersey combination the Cincinnati Bengals donned last season. They were a massive hit. The Bears could be the next team to drop an icy alternative jersey.
Imagine the Bears rocking these alternative jerseys in a snowy December matchup against the Green Bay Packers. It's almost too good to be true.
Maybe the Chicago Bears should toss this idea. The league couldn't handle this level of swagger.