The Saints logo is a fleur de lis, or a stylized lilly flower. The Saints have used two versions of the logo throughout the years. The first (1967-99) was black with a white outline. The logo was updated in 2000 and is more modern with a bold black outline.
The first Saints helmet had a grey facemask. It’s in the Throwback Series 1, Throwback 2-bar, and Throwback NFC 1969 2-bar sets. Custom Saints helmets from the 1969 can sometimes be found (see the black helmet pictured below).
The 1969 2-bar throwback helmet has the Riddell logo in all caps (RIDDELL). The regular Throwback 2-bar helmet has some cursive font (RIDDell). See the Throwback NFC 1969 site for more information.
1968 and 1969 preseason
The Saints switched the sequence of the stripes from white bordered by black to black bordered by white for 12 games in 1968 only. This helmet is available in the Throwback Series 2 set only.
In 1976, the Saints added a black facemask. This style is only available in the original pocket pro style and two sets (97 and 99).
The Saints updated the fleur de lis in 2000. This helmet is in the Original (03), Revolution, and Speed styles.
Saints Super Bowl Pocket Pro
- 1967-75: Gold helmet, classic fleur de lis logo, black/white stripes, grey facemask
- Throwback Series 1
- Throwback NFC 1969 2-bar
- Throwback 2-bar
- 1968: Gold helmet, classic fleur de lis logo, black/white stripes reversed, grey facemask
- Throwback Series 2 (last 12 games only)
- 1976-99: Gold helmet, classic fleur de lis logo, black/white stripes, black facemask
- Original (97, 99)
- 2000-present: Gold helmet, modern fleur de lis logo, black/white stripes, black facemask
- (Original 03)
- Saints Super Bowl 44 (Revolution style)
Wallace Delery, A Brief History of the Saints Logo, SB Nation: Canal Street Chronicles