11. 2020-21 City
As you can see, there is a bit of a theme here. The City Edition jerseys for the Wolves have been very hit or miss, with several of them ending up toward the bottom of this list. While this jersey is not particularly bad, it simply does not really do anything that interesting.
The black/gray/green is a nice color combo, but we will see another jersey on this list that pulls that style off just a little bit better. The green north star is arguably the coolest detail to this particular design.
The use of ‘MINN’ across the chest of the jersey gets this one some extra points, since no other Timberwolves jersey employs this style choice. The gray lettering on the black background gives it a bit of a different feel as well. However, it still falls more on the basic side and feels like a relatively ‘safe’ design.
10. 2017-present Association
It is fair to say that the Wolves’ Association and Icon jerseys that released in summer 2017 were met with mixed reviews. While some liked the more modern feel, others felt that it stripped the old ones of all their creativity and flair.
The new version took away any and all vertical lines, and made all the letters and numbers much more rounded and uniform. It is certainly a more cleaned up version of the original, but how much did the old one really need to be fixed?
In the end, the white uniforms used up until 2017 were ultimately a more simplified version of the older design discontinued in 2008. The jersey introduced six years ago simply took the simplification a step further. It does not make any mistakes in trying to do too much like the uniforms listed below it do, but its mistakes come in the form of being far too bland and leaving way too much on the table.