- Ohm Youngmisuk, ESPN Staff Writer
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The Giants will have a slightly different look this season in a few select games.
The team announced that it will wear white pants in place of its traditional gray to go with blue jerseys for select home or away games. The games in which they will wear the pants have not been selected yet.
The Giants will not wear the white pants with white jerseys.
The Giants say the "white pants have a thin red stripe bordered by gray and blue stripes." Their gray pants have a blue stripe bordered by gray and red stripes.
NFL rules allow teams to wear three alternate pants. The Giants haven't worn white pants since 1999, when they last wore the helmets with “GIANTS” on it and wore all-white road uniforms.
Something tells me that Tom Coughlin may like the clean white pant look.
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