NORTH PORT, Fla. — The Braves uniforms underwent some changes this season.

MLB debuted its new Nike Vapor uniforms this spring. Those have generated mixed reviews, and additional changes could be coming. But design-wise, the Braves’ uniforms has some tweaks.

There’s no longer the piping on the beltloops of the team’s pants. The sleeve piping also was shifted down. The Braves’ new spring training hats are bright red.

The uniforms were designed with an emphasis on “improve(d) mobility, moisture management and fit,” according to Nike’s press release. Nike also cited the importance of the uniforms being “breathable” and “lightweight,” though that hasn’t been evident in early reviews.

Players across baseball have complained that the new uniforms are uncomfortable. The nameplates look awkward on the back of the jerseys. Recently, fans and players have added the see-through pants to the list of issues. It remains to be seen how or if MLB addresses the concerns.

The Braves open their exhibition slate Saturday in Port Charlotte against the Rays. They’ll open the season March 28 against the Phillies in Philadelphia.