After introducing the Packers' first gold jersey in 1923, Curly Lambeau re-designed the uniform for the 1925 season. He kept the gold base, but replaced the nine thin navy sleeve stripes with a navy shoulder yoke.
These uniforms were also kept for two seasons, before the Packers' sartorially mercurial founder reverted back to navy jerseys.
The yoke would return in 1937, with the blue and gold reversed, in Lambeau's most enduring uniform. Gold-over-gold uniforms wouldn't be seen again in Green Bay for nearly a quarter-century, when Lambeau's successor Gene Ronzani dabbled in gold himself.