The 1973-76 jerseys featured chevrons on the sleeves. There were two sets of jerseys. The first set jerseys had solid white hemlines and the second set had black hemlines.
The durene jerseys were made by Rawlings and also featured a fully-embroidered crest with the golden triangle centered again.
The white version of the jersey had two-color numbers lower on back. The black portion of the white chevron jerseys faded badly and Pittsburgh opened the 1975-76 season wearing blue at home until a new set could be acquired.
The 1975-76 road jerseys had a black hemline and single-color numbers on the back. The 1975-76 white jerseys were made by Wilson Athletic and did not have the chevron pattern on the sleeve.
1976-77 would be the last season the Pens wore durene jerseys.
The pants for the era were black with inverted chevrons on the hips.
Player’s nameplates were standard for all games.