The Patriot logo is about a silver patriot wearing a red and nautical blue striped hat with white piping that begins as a tri-corner and transitions into a flowing banner-like design. This is the present logo since 2000. This logo is the duplicate image of the one designed in 1993, few changes have been made by darkening the nautical blue, red, new century silver color.
1993 – 1999 (New England Patriots)
In 1993, a new logo was revealed with a silver patriot wearing a red, white and blue hat that begins as a tri-corner and transitions into a flowing banner-like design. This is the lighter version than current logo. It became popular and known as the “Flying Elvis”.
1971 – 1992 (New England Patriots)
The 1971 logo Patriots used a logo of a Revolutionary War minuteman hiking a football. They made small changes to the color of the logo by darkening red and blue color. The patriot structure stayed the same but the skin was more realistic skin color than previous one.
1965 – 1970 (Boston Patriots)
In 1965, the Patriots logo was redesigned to make him more realistic look, a little less like comics character. His outfit was redesigned to mark more detail, his face became more realistic and color was given in his flesh.
1961 – 1964 (Boston Patriots)
From 1961 – 1964, the logo was look like a cartoon character. There was no color in his face. Few changes were there in colors. “Pat Patriot,” cartoon of a Revolutionary War minuteman, hiking a football was chosen as the team logo drawn by the Boston Globe’s Phil Bissell.
1960 (Boston Patriots)
Their first season in 1960, the new Patriots took a tri-corner blue hat for the logo.