The Golden State Warriors have worn some fantastic uniforms in their history. Here are their top uniforms.
The Golden State Warriors have been light years ahead of the rest of the National Basketball Association in terms of fashion.
Historically, as a franchise, they haven’t been afraid of pushing boundaries and tapping into their creativity to create a beautiful and meaningful uniform. For the most part, they’ve drawn on their surroundings and hometown, using landmarks as an inspiration for many of their designs.
Despite spending most of their history as a cellar dweller, the Warriors generally looked good. Their primary color combination has been a blue and yellow set, a very aesthetically pleasing pairing. The Warriors have mixed it up, however, in both their primary uniforms and alternates.
For the sake of this list, Christmas jerseys have been excluded because those are a universal design (though the 2015 version was a really sweet-looking blue and creme with a clean cursive Warriors across the chest).
Any uniforms with event-specific patches (NBA Finals, 50th anniversary, etc.) will not be considered individually. They’ll just be lumped in with the version of the jersey without it.
For this list, I used a combination of personal preference for the look, team performance, and context within the NBA when they wore it. So without further ado, here are the five greatest uniforms in Warriors’ franchise history.
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