The Patriots’ new uniforms were not the first time they have used a new fabric, but it certainly was the most expensive.
The Patriots will wear their new uniform against the Miami Dolphins on Saturday, which is their first game in New England since the beginning of the season.
The uniforms were designed by Patriots co-owner Robert Kraft and Nike, the company that designed the uniforms for the New England Patriots.
They are based on the Patriots logo.
The first Patriots jersey, which was released in October of 2009, has a number of similarities to the uniforms worn by the Patriots last season.
The Patriots used the same color scheme as the previous season’s jerseys.
They also wore the same helmet design, with the same visor and number of stripes.
The second Patriots jersey was released on Sept. 14, 2010, and featured the same number of colors, the same design and helmet, but the number of numbers on the front of the jersey was smaller.
The third jersey, released on Dec. 18, 2011, features the same jersey design, but this time it has fewer numbers on each side of the helmet.
This is the fourth time the Patriots have worn the uniforms, which include new helmet designs for the 2012 season.