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Use this for cross-dimension shitposting https://nerv.8ch.net/trek/trekgenrl/1701/strek/streak/startrek/furtrek

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76d217 No.5757

Favourite uniforms in Star Trek? I always liked the time traveling Starfleet uniform. It's a shame we don't get as much uniform variety that the Federation gets for alien races.

76d217 No.5759

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File: 9be78c19a36868a⋯.png (122.37 KB, 535x600, 107:120, Odyssey_Commanding_Officer….png)


>for alien races

Alien factions, rather.

I also liked the designs from the cancelled cartoon, and the Odyssey Captain uniform. White makes a good colour for the captain.

fca959 No.5760

File: 9db06597044296c⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 73.09 KB, 995x733, 995:733, 2-25-2013 10-33-24 AM.jpg)

File: 60eb21ec6fea34e⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 86.15 KB, 380x1103, 380:1103, Jolene-Blalock-mini-skirt.jpg)


I thought the gray ones were pretty classy, but the actors were probably hotter than hell under the lights.

However, nothing beats the miniskirts

1f6678 No.5763

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71854e No.5773

File: 493cd3d4365a214⋯.jpg (2.58 MB, 2800x1178, 1400:589, 257ce7de77210dc1ce910d2f9d….jpg)

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I was never much of a fan of the uniforms in the show. None of them look like uniforms any military would want. The closest where the movie ones they began with in Wrath of Khan.

And why do the costume designers who make feddie uniforms hate pockets so much? It makes no sense for the kind of clothes you want your explorers on strange new worlds to wear. Nowhere to keep rations, equipment or samples you are collecting.

IMO, the trek uniforms are much like their weapons prior to the First Contact rifle, which look impractical and useless.

Personally I've always liked the look of the EA uniforms B5. At least they look like they could be from some kind of military.

And what is the point of giving different uniforms depending on your position on the ship? If it was different service branches like the marines on a ship vs its regular crew, it makes sense, but what is the practical advantage of having the OPS guy and your pilot dress in different uniforms? Isn't the entire point of a uniform to help get everyone wearing them to identify with eachother to promote teamwork and comradery? You can use different colored highlights and shit to denote service branch, but the dominant look of the uniform should still be the same regardless of branch.

394c05 No.5781

File: b8cb7eee0f11566⋯.jpg (6.18 KB, 257x196, 257:196, d.jpg)

Best uniform is the biomechanical cobra armor that points at your dick. Fuck starfleet.

ba4b75 No.5784


Fuck off, Cuckdassian

a75590 No.5785

File: 91c5cd972a3fe20⋯.jpg (116.44 KB, 1440x1080, 4:3, Captain Frasier.jpg)

File: 72bbbc5e46eb233⋯.jpg (263.69 KB, 1438x1080, 719:540, Captain Frasier02.jpg)

Movie era uniforms.

73fee4 No.5786

File: 31bca472372d8da⋯.png (266.6 KB, 376x430, 188:215, gul dukat.png)


>says the Butthurt Bajoran

4503c5 No.5788

File: b50d9766c63a8be⋯.jpg (307.99 KB, 1437x1079, 1437:1079, Cardassia bug armour 2.jpg)

File: 25b755987f76fde⋯.jpg (28.45 KB, 320x240, 4:3, Cardassia bug armour.jpg)


>Not appreciating Cardassian bug armour.

>Best outfit in the shows runs so far.

It's like you don't even want protection, awesome beards, or a face g-string.

ffc4ee No.5789

File: 2c750545a052595⋯.jpg (57.54 KB, 960x720, 4:3, mpv-shot0002.jpg)

Wesley's uniform with the rainbow shoulderpads. So CY.

No. I was going to say "late-era DS9" but somebody went and posted the '60s style skirts. So the perfect loadout would include the skirts, modified to suit the contemporaneous style.

Pic unrelated.

a75590 No.5790

File: f42ac5cce1afc5b⋯.jpg (199.41 KB, 1436x1080, 359:270, Mira Romaine.jpg)

File: b9cb0d9b6f55530⋯.jpg (419.7 KB, 1440x1080, 4:3, the FUTURE of fashion.jpg)

File: 1f339ae0c3eda08⋯.jpg (352.26 KB, 1440x1080, 4:3, crew.jpg)

File: df0c750aaacc8f5⋯.jpg (190.94 KB, 1436x1080, 359:270, Dax.jpg)

File: 04acfdd7094677a⋯.jpg (112.07 KB, 1440x1080, 4:3, Data O'Brien.jpg)

Skirts huh

394c05 No.5798


I submit to Hitler dubs. Please rape my face.

4503c5 No.5799


And now you see the use of the g-string helmets!

6b00f8 No.5802




Face it anons, I know you just want to wear skirts and dresses don't you?

beb458 No.11597

File: 8014575339d2eb0⋯.png (766.96 KB, 2500x2197, 2500:2197, starfleet_uniform_evolutio….png)

Thought I'd bump this thread rather than make a new one. I wish there was more stuff about uniforms other than Federation to be honest. That said TMP uniforms are pretty snazzy.

2c057a No.11608


>4 wrath of Khan outfits

I don't think costume department errors are supposed to be canon.

c9f8cd No.11610



>dat white uniform

>dat unnecessary buckle

>dem slits

>dose lines

>white muthafukin boots

All time peak of ST Uniforms. Fuck you if you don't agree.

8b7576 No.11611

File: 412d0d77e928ae6⋯.jpg (79.56 KB, 800x799, 800:799, star trek captain archer.jpg)

Enterprise era uniforms are the only practical looking uniforms.

0fb357 No.11613

File: f5f099aa847af46⋯.jpg (65.95 KB, 634x374, 317:187, nasa-jumpsuit-0.jpg)


Wrath of Khan uniform for me. It looks classy as fuck. Enterprise and the grey shouldered ds9 uniforms are also decent tier.


The design of the Enterprise uniform is interesting. It's clearly modeled after modern day NASA jumpsuits, but they've tried to mix with with some of the well known star trek uniform tropes, like the coloured shoulders and undershirt.

9e2943 No.11620


The Motion Picture ones are my favorite too. The later stuffy TOS movie uniform emphasizes the retirement home look of the cast.

81638d No.11627


>why do the costume designers who make feddie uniforms hate pockets so much?

Because it's a waste of time, money and fabric. It's faster to make a shirt and a pair of pants with no pockets.

c24172 No.11653

File: 6f95eb4d68f8eab⋯.jpg (207.71 KB, 707x1000, 707:1000, 1387762378714.jpg)


Fun fact: Jumpsuits are comfy.

5de130 No.11659

File: 2dd1535849ee91a⋯.jpg (164.09 KB, 778x1200, 389:600, Cardassian Bug Armor.jpg)


>Cardassian bug armor

ed674d No.11666


Shockingly true, ask any engineering student.

1845bb No.11669

>>11666 (heil Satan)

Engineering student here, should I realy get one?

Wich ones are the most comfy and come in small siezes?

c24172 No.11670



I picked up one on sale for $20 because I do a lot of painting and craft type shit with materials that with ruin clothes and they kind of ended up as my casual bumming around the house quasi-pajamas.

1845bb No.11671


I mostly work on my car/motorcycle and bike and ruined a lot of clothes doing so.

Problem is that I have verry short legs and a long upper body, so I´ll most likely have to cut off the legs a few inches.

Did you get one of denim like cotton or one of these sweatshirt like ones?

fdad67 No.11797

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Trivia: Tasha Yar can be briefly seen in one of the skirts at the end of Farpoint but she was behind the tactical console so you don't really notice. If i remember correctly, you never see her again wearing it. They seemed to only ever put average-looking women and emasculated men in it.



>4 WoK uniforms

>a production error

god knows they screw up a lot details in Star Trek. however, if i remember correctly the original story from the production was actually that it wasn't a mistake… they actually couldn't find all the various little pieces that went in to make those uniforms (despite in the 80's and 90's literally having a person inside a warehouse whose job it was to organize, catalog, and secure Star Trek stuff). I think it's a bullshit excuse, personally, since the TOS films were still in some stage of production at that point. I think it was more a matter of someone relatively low on the ladder in TNG production making a unilateral decision to portray that era's uniforms a certain way (to attempt to bridge the gap between the TOS film and early TNG eras) and it didn't go over well and looked sloppy so they back-tracked and made up a story. Or, they really did fuck-up badly and failed to get the pieces for the shoot and just went with it and then tried to cover their asses with various excuses.

Instances of them actually not being able to find the pieces or just not giving a shit can be seen in shit like those DirectTV commercials where Shatner shows up as Kirk and his uniform is all fucked-up.

The jacket, shirt, or vest over color-coded turtleneck with belt, black slacks, and bloused boots is pretty much the true Star Trek uniform - or truniform - if we're having an honest discussion. You see it in some form from The Cage through the TOS films. Everything else is deviant and different for the sake of being different… with the plethora of "jumpsuits" being the most oft-repeated folly. Enterprise-era jumpsuits are probably excusable and obviously for technicians and grunts it makes sense. Engineers wearing them while in Engineering makes sense. But everyone else? No way. Dress like you mean it, you silly fucks.

Everything in TNG onward should be revised to fit truniformity. I look forward to a bright future where mankind has progressed to the point where - not only can TNG and DS9 get a widescreen ultra resolution remastering - but all the characters uniforms can be updated with CGI to reflect the obvious mistake in making them gay in the first place.

Did any other autist notice that in TMP, Spock is wearing something under his 70's leisure wear uniform shirt that no one else wears? It almost looks like - dare i suggest - a turtleneck. Not quite… but almost. I believe this is an instance of the timeline trying to correct itself. The mellow 70's TMP uniforms can mostly be brought into truniformity with little alteration and Spock's undershirt is an example of this.

My biggest peeve by far with the Trek uniforms is the color choices - with department colors changing arbitrarily for dumb tv reasons. Organizations - particular military and para-military ones - are steeped in tradition while at the same time being attentive to functionality and practicality. So, while the overall design of the uniform may change over the years - colors and symbols are likely not to, particularly after the first few decades once the institution's culture is established.

Also, that chart is incorrect in that it shows the beloved Wrath-of-Khan 80's TOS movie uniform (2270s - 2320s) without bloused boots. Violation!

b187ca No.11860

File: a31dba46d361e65⋯.jpg (12.23 KB, 325x396, 325:396, Luther_Sloan_uniform.jpg)

Generally like the section 31 outfit just because it does exactly what the designer intended, to not make it imposing but disconcerting. The similarities to surgeon's gear despite the black leather also works in two ways, A being the reminder that like surgery section 31's work is incredibly discrete and precise, and B the fact that Bashir has the most interaction with them. The outfit makes it a doctor to doctor conversation, and treats the temptation to join them as "moving into a new practice", as it were.

956e57 No.11864


The king is the WoK-UCon uniforms, they have no competition. But among the losers, there's a certain charm to the ENT, TOS and late DS9 clothes. If you want to go into questionable canon territory, there's some interesting uniforms in STO of all places.


>largely the same uniform between 2275-2355 with alterations here and there

>post 2355 the uniform changes every 15 minutes

Pretty disgusting to be honest, they should find something nice and settle down.

8b7576 No.11867


The Enterprise era uniforms are supposed to be like the space shuttle.

8337b2 No.11868

File: e9081031b808663⋯.jpg (243.12 KB, 555x620, 111:124, Cattrall Valeris 03.jpg)

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>The king is the WoK-UCon uniforms

Agreed. However, I'm re-watching ST6 and I'm noticing some fuckery that I never noticed before. Velaris' jacket and undershirt are two different (hideously contrasting) colors when they should be one. It's not like she's a cadet or some kind of provisional officer. She's a full Lieutenant and a bridge officer. Also, I never noticed that the underside of many of the jackets are beige when they should be whatever the department color is - the secondary color. The beige looks like shit, imho. You notice this when they unfasten the shoulder clasp and go into casual mode.

Also, what's up with the weird white stripe where Saavik's service pips and bars are supposed to go? Is this supposed to denote 0-years service? What's wrong with just having none?

>>largely the same uniform between 2275-2355 with alterations here and there

>>post 2355 the uniform changes every 15 minutes

>Pretty disgusting to be honest, they should find something nice and settle down.

it's to the point where you have to conclude that to late 24th century Starfleet, fashion is important. It's absurd. The current trash receptacle conflagration that is the Star Trek gaming scene (particularly STO) have only made things worse… basically confirming the worst of plebbit startrek tendencies.


>The Enterprise era uniforms are supposed to be like the space shuttle.

yep. i'm cool with those uniforms, despite not being particularly interested in the series. their excuse for a "dress uniform" looked retarded, though. Then again, when has Star Trek ever done a dress uniform right?

df5b18 No.11871


ENT uniform is best, but in real life NASA astronauts usually wear cargo pants and polo shirts to stress that their civilians and not military I guess.

df5b18 No.11872



Christ, was John Travolta a bridge officer? Saturday Night Fever here.

e8d713 No.11873

File: 9c857288c2004da⋯.png (1.82 MB, 1920x1200, 8:5, 9900_20171115133634_1.png)


The STO uniform in this chart should be put down as the 2386-2409 uniform, 2410 uses a new Odyssey uniform, named after the ship class of the Enterprise F.

8337b2 No.11875

File: 3b55ca5d0028aa4⋯.jpg (48.92 KB, 320x736, 10:23, Scott_engineers_vest.jpg)

File: 6095b30ce70d0cf⋯.jpg (24.72 KB, 294x478, 147:239, Uhura_open_jacket.jpg)

File: c9c43f1482b0815⋯.jpg (65.38 KB, 856x536, 107:67, Flag_officers_with_service….jpg)


so, i did more research and apparently there was a lot of retardation with the undershirts throughout the films. Logically, the color should reflect the officer's division/department/role. However, the production designers seemed to want to use them to also denote "trainees and cadets". That's what the flame red color means.

This is visually quite stupid, since it fucks with the purpose of secondary colors in those uniforms. It makes more sense to add or subtract some element from the uniform to denote "noob"… such as removing the ribbed collar. They could have also changed some bit of coloring like going from brass to black or nickel pins and insignia (best option imho). With Velaris' uniform, the two colors is just the production designers acknowledging the fuckup of not being able to determine a trainees department.

memory alpha mentions another egregious error in that Scotty wears a white undershirt at times probably for no other reason that some faggot decided it looked good. It's argued that he should be entitled to wear this because he's qualified as a watch officer or whatever (he is in command at times in TOS). Many engineers are not, since they're just autismals who worry about the engines, regardless if their nominal rank is Lt. or Captain.

I would argue that you're assigned a division and that's the colors you wear. None of this mixing and matching shit. White is probably for "generalists" only… in this case meaning most Admirals, Commodores, Captains, and some Commanders or even Lt. Commanders if they are responsible for the operation of a vessel or installation - in other words, if they have a command and that command oversees more than one division operating beneath it. Whether this applies to adjutants and aides is another question. They probably should have a separate color, shared with yeomen.

The more i look at the beige underside of the jacket for non-command officers, the more i'm on the fence about it. It doesn't look that bad, but it does add more complexity to a uniform that's already pretty visually complicated. It should probably just be department color.

Also, those flag officer wearing their ribbons like that looked sloppy as fuck. They could have done better than that, like an armband on the right sleeve opposite the band on the left that has the service pips an bars.

705fc2 No.16156

How much extra room is there in Ezri Dax's uniform for her special "padding?"

6fd0da No.16186

Just filter the diaperfags and don't reply to them.

f9895e No.16214

File: 3177dc6fe4e8b4e⋯.jpg (39.04 KB, 445x396, 445:396, christmasspock1.jpg)

File: 1da375c14130397⋯.jpg (37.94 KB, 400x305, 80:61, P88_1_thecage.jpg)

Why was Gene Roddenberry obsessed with sweaters?

029eca No.16228


>My biggest peeve by far with the Trek uniforms is the color choices - with department colors changing arbitrarily for dumb tv reasons. Organizations - particular military and para-military ones - are steeped in tradition while at the same time being attentive to functionality and practicality. So, while the overall design of the uniform may change over the years - colors and symbols are likely not to, particularly after the first few decades once the institution's culture is established.

While I agree that the division colors should be kept constant throughout the show, I think red makes for a better command division color than gold; psychologically speaking, humans tend to associate red with boldness and leadership, so it makes sense for the captain and first officer to wear those colors.

40fcd0 No.16229



61e7bf No.16230

File: 90434590a1e4586⋯.jpg (26.59 KB, 240x320, 3:4, Damar.jpg)

File: 86e10aef5a5ede4⋯.jpg (57.33 KB, 500x719, 500:719, 85b1772f4218fc5d4fe1ee7d50….jpg)

File: 268258246a0bddb⋯.jpg (34.87 KB, 602x460, 301:230, main-qimg-2112068e9d762a0d….jpg)

cardassian uniforms were the sexiest thing since gul dukats swimsuit magazine

federation can only dream of having something with such curves

95a116 No.16232


Cardassian uniforms make them look like badly-polygoned PS1 models.

849576 No.16234


They're pretty threatening, I like them.

9e6acc No.16236

File: 92af8f13baa1b52⋯.jpg (19.62 KB, 332x221, 332:221, what.JPG)


>when the Fed bullies won't stop calling you "spoonhead"

756a67 No.16280

File: 87d84d2e300c90a⋯.jpg (22.81 KB, 512x384, 4:3, option a.jpg)

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850bdf No.16281


Nice headgear and facial hair.

aa514f No.16283


He grew the facial hair because he thought he looked too much like his cousin Gul Dukat without it, That's cannon.

89dd19 No.16287


>Implying Gul Dukat didn't tease him mercilessly as a child

>Implying the beard wasn't a desperate attempt to look more patriotic to stop people teasing

>Implying it didn't work

071795 No.16295


Tbh this, it really gave the feeling that Enterprise wasn't just some joyride but a serious op.

And the Maco outfits were bretty decent too.

c06ddd No.16301


Everything about Enterprise's visual design is really well considered, and I don't think it gets enough credit. They actually managed to make something that looks less technologically advanced than TOS, while still looking futuristic.

Really drives home how little they tried with STD.

95a116 No.16313

I think the Bajorans are stylish in a down-to-earth sort of way. Very earthen and clothy, it's a solid 9/10.

fdc435 No.17528

File: aa07710d12a2d2b⋯.jpg (203.27 KB, 479x1053, 479:1053, Best Starfleet Uniform.jpg)




These truly were the best uniforms.

3214e9 No.17854

File: aadc69833ac385f⋯.jpg (199.97 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, Someguys.jpg)

Thoughts on The Orville uniforms?

32cf66 No.17856


>Thoughts on The Orville uniforms?

not serious and that's perfectly ok

e2fd2d No.17858


They look almost like janitor outfits.

23ec52 No.17868

File: d6ed27e1e159a6f⋯.jpg (36.78 KB, 600x447, 200:149, star trek skirts.jpg)


Why are they all wearing pants?

27e253 No.17869

File: 36077244e4346d1⋯.jpg (122.32 KB, 481x835, 481:835, 20180204125424_1.jpg)


>The jacket, shirt, or vest over color-coded turtleneck with belt, black slacks, and bloused boots is pretty much the true Star Trek uniform - or truniform

Even back when I played STO I thought the film uniforms would look better with a belt.

32cf66 No.17870

File: 9d2b76b76b3ebbb⋯.jpg (93.21 KB, 2000x1000, 2:1, Picard-on-the-Bridge-in-YE….jpg)


that's pretty much the Yesterday's Enterprise crewman gear. However, not integrating it into the mesh of the uniform makes it look more like a bandolier in that model, but yeah… all those uniforms looked 100% better with belts. The Yesterday's Enterprise variant improves the TNG uniform and I think the Admiral's uniform from the TNG movie / late DS9 uniforms had a belt. They all should have been belted.

27e253 No.17871


It is the Yesterday's Enterprise belt/bandolier.

Essentially, I was blogposting to demonstrate my patrician taste in uniforms even in the days that I was a normalfag who palyed STO.

32cf66 No.17873


>It is the Yesterday's Enterprise belt/bandolier.

ahh i see the side-turned insignia buckle now.. it was hard to notice, just looked like a shadow. Personally, i thought they were a bit too shiny and metallic in the episode but it was an absolute improvement nonetheless. Also, I never played that blasphemous game.

27e253 No.17874


It was enjoyable while it lasted. Lots of single-player content, and the ship-to-ship combat at least felt vaguely like Trek, even if "A Federation ship warps into a system, blows up a dozen vessels, then warps out" isn't a very Trek story. Considering I paid almost nothing for it at and I was a normalfag with shit taste at the time I think I got my money's worth out of it.

38bec9 No.17876

File: a46669f1b8a2942⋯.png (1.7 MB, 1819x571, 1819:571, spoonheads.png)


That guy looks pretty neat. What is he, a Cardassian hybrid?

27e253 No.17877


Joined Trill. Named Joran

643ae8 No.17908

File: 2b8811668ebf073⋯.jpg (19.2 KB, 325x396, 325:396, Starfleet flight suit 1.jpg)

File: 1669b09f01280fb⋯.jpg (109.49 KB, 697x530, 697:530, Starfleet flight suit 2.jpg)

Flight suit looked cool.

2b3cd4 No.17911

File: 2b99bc6f6965b0a⋯.jpg (313.91 KB, 776x585, 776:585, 1511224003347.jpg)


looks like a dress uniform, or a medical uniform, or pic related

27e253 No.17913


If you took off the white strip at the top and continued the lower color scheme onto the shoulders you'd probably have a decent non-specialty (racing) uniform design.

7bfa33 No.18029

File: e519e33e41688d1⋯.jpg (105.96 KB, 1280x854, 640:427, star-trek-the-motion-pictu….jpg)

File: a17cccf6d41479f⋯.jpg (178.2 KB, 1920x822, 320:137, sti_kirkscotty.jpg)

TOS is always going to be at the top of my list. It's simple and elegant. I don't like the majority of TMP's uniforms, but most of those which incorporated white as a main color looked good. In particular, Kirk's gray-bodied admiral's uniform is one of my all-time favorites. I've never been a big fan of the WoK uniform style. I think it's just a bit too on-the-nose with the retro-futuristic naval aesthetic. It would work fine as the basis for a dress uniform, but I've always felt like it looks too overblown for a regular duty uniform.

27e253 No.18030


They're nice, but I must insist on pips for showing rank over the sleeve marks. Looks better and less ambiguous imo.

TNG films/later DS9 master race.

643ae8 No.18053

File: 2db0b425e726898⋯.jpg (119.69 KB, 800x533, 800:533, Kelvin-Bridge.jpg)


TMP uniforms are so bland and muted. The remind me of the USS Kelvin uniforms, which I wasn't too fond of either.

d2fa0a No.18054


>digital belt buckle

>tunic with optional pants

>limited washed out colors

>rank only indicated by stripes on wrists

This was fucking terrible.

d2fa0a No.18056


Collar pips will always be the best way to indicate rank.

643ae8 No.18057

File: e43ecf4d20a57e8⋯.jpg (91.53 KB, 1024x682, 512:341, Starfleet Dress Uniforms, ….jpg)

File: 941e4d1597cc222⋯.jpg (80.98 KB, 251x259, 251:259, Starfleet Dress Uniforms, ….jpg)

File: de2a842e5b0d59d⋯.jpg (137.89 KB, 460x359, 460:359, Starfleet Dress Uniforms, ….jpg)

File: 9db6e82ea50612f⋯.jpg (1.62 MB, 1574x941, 1574:941, Starfleet Ceremonial Dress….jpg)

File: c44b3aa001132bc⋯.jpg (110.46 KB, 419x627, 419:627, Shuttle and barracks offic….jpg)

On the subject of the Kelvin timelines, why do a lot of their uniforms look like they belong in Starship Troopers more than Star Trek? Was the Star Trek reboot also a sneaky way for them to do proof-of-concept for the Starship Troopers reboot?

643ae8 No.18059

File: fc0da7903131661⋯.jpg (412.86 KB, 618x650, 309:325, Data, Countdown comic unif….jpg)


>Was the Star Trek reboot also a sneaky way for them to do proof-of-concept for the Starship Troopers reboot?

Simultaneously, I mean.

d2fa0a No.18060


> why do a lot of their uniforms look like they belong in Starship Troopers more than Star Trek?

Those are just the dress uniforms, and probably because they had a visual director with better taste.

643ae8 No.18063

File: 763fe29ea461039⋯.jpg (522.85 KB, 803x1032, 803:1032, dress 1.jpg)

File: a609b16b5885188⋯.jpg (55.26 KB, 760x706, 380:353, dress 2.jpg)

File: 98816739eb278c3⋯.jpg (31.13 KB, 576x432, 4:3, dress 3.jpg)

File: dbcc6b5f067d237⋯.jpg (252.92 KB, 491x906, 491:906, dress 4.jpg)

File: 86074d2e8c19e8a⋯.jpg (23.6 KB, 325x396, 325:396, dress 5.jpg)


>Those are just the dress uniforms

These are just Starfleet dress uniforms though. The Kelvin timeline is completely alien to traditional Starfleet dress uniforms. They don't fit at all.

7bfa33 No.18066



I realize that I only posted images from TMP, but did you even bother to read the post? I was speaking specifically about the admiral's uniform worn by Kirk, and stated that I don't care for the rest.

643ae8 No.18069

File: 79302ae72686009⋯.jpg (197.61 KB, 694x530, 347:265, 1241973811284.jpg)


Just commenting on the subject since TMP uniforms were brought up.

e4ef1a No.18116


The nuTrek dress uniforms were intentionally designed to reference and invoke Soviet-era Communist military dress for (((reasons)))

ad90e4 No.18148


Eh anon, I can't see it. And besides, if JJ was doing that it would be for negative reasons, not some """agenda""".

e12379 No.18166


It's in their peaked caps. Large and high ones like that are very Russian.

6331a6 No.18167


That gave me an awkward boner. Until I saw Wesley

2d0b0a No.18626

File: 9f53ee2d859a40d⋯.jpg (71.68 KB, 640x863, 640:863, star-trek-latex-4.jpg)

What do you fags think of latex uniforms?

4d2c66 No.18631


as long as the men don't wear them, it's good.

ef2501 No.18633

File: f2e8f0fa7a6d8f7⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 443.42 KB, 700x901, 700:901, pro_12_58.png)

File: 629f9c4fedf904d⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 15.33 KB, 300x384, 25:32, 1467966821079.jpg)

File: 55f8edfbe797c11⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 414.06 KB, 1667x2500, 1667:2500, Star-Trek-Cosplay-Mens.jpg)

File: b2ced346341d10f⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 371.88 KB, 600x900, 2:3, star_trek_latex_blog007.jpg)

File: e2a3fafa0b9f949⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 277.06 KB, 500x750, 2:3, 42b09212056a912d177a533c8a….jpg)



95a116 No.18643


Pair that with the miniskirts from TNG and you'd have a whole different series.

27e253 No.18647


>series about men in latex miniskirts

Still less gay than STD

95a116 No.18648

File: 194c1a24e32f9fa⋯.jpg (145.39 KB, 1278x1024, 639:512, Z4MC1.jpg)


It's more of a tunic than a miniskirt.

Imagine Swolecard wearing this, wrestling aliens and throwing them through bulkheads while wearing Terran Empire approved battlesandals.

996ee9 No.18649

File: 4babd0f867aa1dc⋯.jpg (42.64 KB, 600x329, 600:329, StarTrek-MassEffect-front.jpg)


I could imagine the Swole Empire being dressed like Romans.

b7c3be No.18678


He's not in the picture?

7cfa10 No.18775


A bunch of naked men rubbing babyoil over themselves and stroking their penises together is less gay than STD.

27e253 No.18777


What if Wil Wheaton was present among the men?

5a7291 No.18779


Would people be able to tell him apart from the skidmarks?

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