The Indiana Pacers unveiled a new look on Monday that pays homage to the organization's storied past.

The Pacers' 2021-22 City Edition uniforms are part of the NBA's 75th Anniversary "Moments Mixtape" program and incorporate elements from some of the team's most iconic uniforms throughout its 55-season history.

The uniforms feature the “PACERS” jersey lettering across the chest from 1987, surrounded by the famous yellow blocking designed by Olympic champion Florence Griffith Joyner. Hall of Famer Bobby "Slick" Leonard's catchphrase, "Boom Baby!" is inscribed above the jersey's tag. The shorts feature the Pacers' 1971 logo rendered in their current colors, with an image of the state of Indiana on the waistband.

“The moments that live on in Pacers lore are most special because they frame the memories that countless Hoosiers hold in their hearts for a lifetime,” said Rick Fuson, president and COO for Pacers Sports & Entertainment. “In that way, this year’s City Edition uniforms truly embody the uniquely Hoosier love affair between our people, our team, and our sport.”

The Pacers will wear the City Edition uniforms for the first time in their Nov. 3 matchup with the Knicks. Pacers great Rik Smits will be in attendance at Gainbridge Fieldhouse to commemorate the uniforms' debut.

The City Edition uniforms will be part of the Pacers' rotation throughout the 2021-22 season and will be worn nine times at Gainbridge Fieldhouse.

Top photo courtesy of Indiana Pacers.