Like most NFL teams, the Giants will again wear an alternative uniform in the 2015 season. But they will again break from the norm and change their pants instead of their jerseys.
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For the third consecutive season, the Giants will wear white pants instead of their traditional gray for two home games – Thursday, Sept. 24 vs. Washington and Sunday, Nov. 15 vs. New England.
The Giants are 1-3 in their white pants, which they have worn the past two seasons. In 2013, they defeated Oakland, but lost to Dallas. Last year, they fell to Indianapolis and San Francisco.
The white pants have a thin red stripe bordered by gray and blue stripes. The gray pants have a blue stripe bordered by gray and red stripes.
When the Giants hosted the Raiders in 2013, they wore white pants for the first time since 1999, the final season they had "GIANTS" on their helmets and all-white road uniforms. The following year, the Giants began wearing uniforms that featured the distinctive "ny" on the helmets and gray pants.
Under NFL rules, the Giants have the option to alternate three pants styles in their uniform system.
Photos of when the Giants wore uniforms with white pants