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Phoenix Suns Unveil “El Valle” City Edition Jerseys

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The Phoenix Suns have unveiled the 2023-24 version of their City Edition uniform, scheduled to debut in their first game of the NBA In-Season tournament on Nov. 10 against the Lakers.

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The jerseys are a dark purple with “El Valle” in cursive across the chest in white with a light orange (top) to pink/red fade shadow. The number also fades from light orange at the top to this pinkish red color, but is outlined with a turquoise color.

The sides feature all kinds of thin stripes that are light orange and turquoise with a light purple background. The Suns say they are “a celebration of Chicano culture.”

You can buy them now on the NBA Store.

The NBA describes the jerseys as: “From arts to food and everything in between, Mexican culture runs deep in the Valley on and off the court. The ‘El Valle’ Phoenix Suns ’23-’24 City Edition pays tribute to our Chicano fanbase through a contemporary lens.”

Last season’s City Edition jerseys were all turquoise, so the Suns are continuing this trend on parts of  the ’23-’24 City Edition.

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The “El Valle” plays off the Suns’ past jerseys that have said “Los Suns” with a new twist after “The Valley” jersey was such a big hit in the 2020-2022 seasons.

The Suns also revealed their home court design for the NBA In-Season Tournament to match these jerseys earlier this week.

They just revealed their normal court for the jerseys for when they wear these not in the tournament.

In total, Phoenix will wear these jerseys 13 times this season.

These jerseys were first leaked at the beginning of September. Now, fans get their first official look at a combination of really three past uniforms.

What do you think of these new city edition jerseys?

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Brendan Mau is a senior writer covering the Phoenix Suns and more for Burn City Sports. You can follow him on X via @Brendan_Mau

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