Check out the Wild's jerseys for next year's outdoor Stadium Series game


Take a look at the Wild's duds for this season's Stadium Series game at TCF Bank Stadium.

The team

Looking good! #StadiumSeries#mnwildpic.twitter.com/2ESG4wA0jN

— Minnesota Wild (@mnwild) November 24, 2015

" target="_blank">debuted the jerseys Tuesday morning. They'll be worn in the outdoor game against the Chicago Blackhawks slated for Feb. 21, 2016.

Here's the official unveiling video:

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You'll be able to buy the jerseys at the State of Hockey Store starting Nov. 25, the Wild tweeted.

Here are some more photos:

They're not too far off from an opposite-colored version of the Wild's current road jerseys – stripes on the arms, a different color for the shoulders, the animal-esque logo in the middle.

The Chicago Blackhawks also showed their Stadium Series jerseys Tuesday.

The Stadium Series game in Minneapolis is one of three outdoor games happening this season. According to the Wild, this will be the first professional hockey game played outdoors in Minnesota.

You can buy tickets to the game via Ticketmaster – prices range from $109-$449.

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