With Adidas replacing Reebok as the NHL’s official jersey supplier, the league revealed the uniform designs for the 2017-18 season on Tuesday. While the new Adizero sweaters promise to be lighter, cooler (thanks to more permeable fabric) and stronger, the look for most of the league’s 31 teams, including the Capitals, hasn’t changed much.

Here are Washington’s new home and road threads:

So what’s changed? The Capitals’ “Weagle” logo is now higher on the shoulder and Reebok’s V-neck collar is no more. The biggest difference appears to be the blue piping across the front of the jersey. The piping is more horizontal than it was on the Reebok jerseys, which creates a boxier look, at least in the visuals released Tuesday.

Exactly 10 years ago, the Capitals ditched the blue, black and gold uniforms they’d worn since 1996 for their current red, white and blue look.

“We’re representing the nation’s capital,” goalie Olie Kolzig said then. “The colors that come to mind are redwhite and blue. That’s what it should have been the whole time.”

“We’re really happy with it,” General Manager George McPhee said. “We feel we’ve captured what our fans wanted and something the players will be proud to wear.”

McPhee’s new team, the Vegas Golden Knights, unveiled the jerseys for its inaugural season on Tuesday.