Boston Patriots Primary Logo
Boston Patriots Primary Logo History
For ten years the Boston Patriots were in existence they have some classic logos. The first being a tai-corner hat from the revolution era, is a simple but very effective logo. In 1961 the logo changed to Pat Patriot, as the minuteman hiking a football. Another classic logo from the AFL day.
Boston Patriots Primary Logo 1965 – 1970
1965 - 1970
In 1965, the Patriots logo was redrawn in house to make him look a little less like he’d just leaped off the comics page: his outfit was redrawn to feature more detail, his face became more realistic, and his flesh was colored in.
Boston Patriots Primary Logo 1961 – 1964
1961 - 1964
From 1961 – 1992, the Patriots used a logo of a Revolutionary War minuteman hiking a football. “Pat Patriot,” the cartoon of a Minuteman preparing to snap a football drawn by the Boston Globe’s Phil Bissell, was chosen as the team’s logo.
Boston Patriots Primary Logo 1960
For their first season, the newly christened Patriots took to the field with a tri-corner blue hat for it’s logo.