Your heart jumps when a player does a "Lambeau Leap" into the crowd. There's nothing like seeing that shiny green, gold and white helmet surrounded by happy fans after a touchdown. That helmet was designed for Vince Lombardi's Packers back in 1961 and it hasn't changed since. And you can find those specific colors using the Pantone Color Matching System.
The official Green Bay Packers helmet features three distinct colors -- dark green, gold and white. Most of the helmet is gold, with green making up the face mask and the outline for the white "G" on the side of the helmet. The top of the helmet features a prominent white center stripe flanked by two green stripes that run down the back. You can find these specific Packers colors using the Pantone Color Matching System. Printers and paint stores can match the color of Packers dark green using PMS code 5535-C and Packers gold using PMS 1235-C. You can even order Pantone-matched spray paints online.
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