Toronto Raptors

Toronto Raptors reveal new jerseys ahead of the 2020-21 NBA season

The rumoured Toronto Raptors new jerseys for the 2020-21 season were finally revealed on Thursday morning.

The Raptors confirmed the new set with a social media post that shows the Raptors are doubling down on their chevron "We The North" design.

Three of the five new designs were confirmed by the team in the post. A home white and red, a road red and black and an alternate black and red that will feature the Jordan Brand logo on the uniform for the first time in franchise history.

Two of the five designs were blocked out but sources told NBA.com back in June that they would be a black and gold jersey OVO edition and a black and purple version paying homage to the Vince Carter years.

The Raptors chevron look will always be remembered as the jersey the team clinched its first-ever championship in when they defeated the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of the 2019 NBA Finals.

The Raptors have been using their current uniform set since the 2015-16 season, but the chevron has appeared on their uniform in some shape or form since the 1999-00 campaign.

According to a source, the 2020 NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers and Golden State Warriors will each have new Earned Edition jerseys next season.

The Lakers will pay homage to their time in Minneapolis with a white and sky blue jersey. The Warriors will bring back their retro look made famous by the "We Believe" Warriors who made an improbable run in the 2007 NBA playoffs.

How to buy the new Raptors jerseys?

The Icon and Association editions of the jersey are available for purchase now online at on the Real Sports website. The Statement edition (Jordan Brand version) will be available for purchase at a later date.

Both the Icon and Association jerseys cost $149.99 CAD. While the youth size goes for $119.99 CAD.

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