Panini America Appreciates the Many Colors of 2014 Prizm Football (Must-See Gallery)

The collecting rainbow is coming. Next week, Panini America officials will unleash a boldly revamped Prizm Football to a passionate collecting audience that has often requested additional versions of the set's popular Prizm parallels to chase. 2014 Prizm Football -- with hobby, with hobby jumbos and with an assortment of retail SKUs -- answers the call in a huge way by delivering an unparalleled array of parallels; a captivating and colorful concoction that promises to keep player collectors happily hunting for the rest of the season.

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The collecting rainbow is coming. Next week, Panini America officials will unleash a boldly revamped Prizm Football to a passionate collecting audience that has often requested additional versions of the set’s popular Prizm parallels to chase. 2014 Prizm Football — with hobby, with hobby jumbos and with an assortment of retail SKUs — answers the call in a huge way by delivering an unparalleled array of parallels; a captivating and colorful concoction that promises to keep player collectors happily hunting for the rest of the season.

In the gallery below, we do our best to showcase the brilliance of the Prizm technology in all of its colorful forms, including NFL Shield, CamouflageTeam Logo, Neon Green/Yellow, Gold, RedOrange, Panini, BCA Pink and the utter magnificence of Tie-Dye. But mere photographs can only illustrate so much. We can all agree that the best way to enjoy Prizm is to hold the cards in the palm of your hand, which you’ll get the chance to do beginning next Wednesday. But until then, these images will have to do.

Enjoy, and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for continued coverage of 2014 Prizm Football.

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0 Replies to “Panini America Appreciates the Many Colors of 2014 Prizm Football (Must-See Gallery)”

  1. I can not wait until I can pick up one of the Legion Of Boom card and I really dig the Hands Team but the Believe The Hype cards may be a bear to store, the die-cuts look like they may get easily damaged.

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