The NBA is moving into a new era of NBA jerseys, which includes not only advertisements, but also a new jersey creator. Following the 11-year deal with Adidas that started back in 2006, the league is set to begin a new, eight year deal with Nike in the 2017-18 season.

With the change, teams are slowly starting to roll out previews of what next year’s jerseys will look like for their respective franchises. On Saturday afternoon, the Portland Trail Blazers introduced their new jerseys to fans on Twitter.

Nike will reportedly do away with the classic ‘home’ and ‘away’ jerseys, renaming them ‘Association’ and ‘Icon’ jerseys. Here’s a look at the Association jerseys:

Here’s a look at the Icon jerseys:

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The jerseys aren’t too different from last year’s, but there are minor differences like the sharper looking arm holes as well as the design around the neck.

Aside from the two jerseys, the Blazers will soon be introducing a pair of new jerseys called the “Athlete Inspired” and the “Community Inspired” jerseys.