The NFL is starting to get a lot of hate mail on Twitter after a new survey found that fans of the Philadelphia Eagles are getting upset over the team’s new apparel and shoes.
The survey, conducted by Nielsen, found that Eagles fans were upset about the new uniforms that were unveiled Thursday, and the shoes.
According to Nielsen, 76 percent of fans said they were unhappy with the look of the uniforms.
However, just 29 percent said they are unhappy with their own club.
Fans were also concerned about the footwear, with just 17 percent saying they were happy with the shoe designs, while 43 percent were unhappy.
The team also released a statement Wednesday saying the shoes will “reduce the number of players who have to wear cleats on the field.”
“We have listened to fans and made the necessary changes to ensure that we can create the best possible experience for fans in Philadelphia, while still providing the players with the necessary comfort, mobility and mobility support to achieve our goal of becoming one of the NFL’s premier clubs,” the statement read.
“The shoes will allow our players to wear them in the locker room and on the football field, and we are excited about the possibilities.”
According to ESPN, the new uniform designs come after fans criticized the Eagles’ uniforms for being too plain and uninspired.
In response, the team has been working on new designs, including a “sports-inspired” uniform with “modern” branding.