Outlaws Primary Logo
The Las Vegas Outlaws were a professional American football team based in Las Vegas, Nevada that played one season as part of the XFL. The Outlaws had an iconic logo that was designed to capture the spirit and energy of Sin City.
The primary logo for the Outlaws featured a snarling black jaguar with its teeth bared and claws extended against a bright red background. This symbolized both ferocity and strength, while also paying homage to ancient Aztec artwork depicting similar creatures. The team's name was written across the top in bold white letters, while below it read “Las Vegas” in smaller font size with two stars representing Nevada on either side of it.
Overall, this logo perfectly encapsulated what made up Las Vegas itself – fun yet dangerous at times; wild but still beautiful; unique yet familiar all at once! It was definitely one of the most creative logos ever created by any sports franchise – not just from within XFL – making it stand out from other teams even today!
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Gold with white, black trim on red background outlined letters “LV” between gold horns of a long-horned skull.