LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The Golden Knights shared video highlighting their retro jerseys on Twitter early Thursday.

“IT’S HERE AND IT’S PERFECT,” the Knights tweeted about the jersey they’ll wear for eight home games this season, starting Nov. 26 against Vancouver.

The tweet included a short video with the song “Never Satisfied” by Theory Hazit and featuring Jon Belz, plus, of course, information on how to purchase the jerseys. They are available for pre-order at all Golden Knights team stores and will be available in stores starting Nov. 15, according to the tweet.

According to Forbes, the retro jerseys are priced between $190-$240 in the U.S. and $210-$260 in Canada at and

Retro jerseys for some of the NHL’s 32 teams. (

Adidas Hockey, which is producing the jerseys for all 32 teams, and the league shared a photo of the jerseys at

The retro looks took two years to design, according to the league.

In addition to Vancouver on Nov. 26, the Knights will wear the retro jersey on Dec. 9 against Philadelphia; Dec. 17 against the New York Islanders; Dec. 31 against Nashville; Jan. 7 against Los Angeles; Jan. 14 against Edmonton; Jan. 16 against Dallas and Jan. 21 against Washington.