The Chicago Bears are bringing a new, classic look to the field for the NFL season.

Friday, the Bears revealed a new uniform the team will wear for specific games during the 2019 season. The jersey was inspired by uniforms worn in 1936 and will include new helmet decals, jerseys, pants and socks, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Chicago will wear the classic uniforms twice in the 2019 season, both times at Soldier Field. The jerseys will make their debut on Sept. 29 against the Minnesota Vikings and the second appearance will be on Dec. 5 against the Dallas Cowboys.

The Bears were winners of the NFC North with a 12-4 record last year.

Here’s what the uniforms will look like: