The club had added yellow before the 2016 campaign as a special feature for its season as All-Star hosts. The '17 jerseys will feature the simple blue-and-white look that has been prominent over the past decade.
Also gone is the interlocking "SD" on the front of the Padres' home jerseys, replaced with "Padres" in blue lettering. The interlocking SD does show up -- both home and away -- as a patch on the left sleeve.
Aside from the patch, the primary away uniform -- a gray jersey with "San Diego" enscribed across the chest -- remains largely unchanged, as do the blue road alternates.
As for the team's home alternate uniforms, Fridays will see the return of 2016's brown-and-yellow jerseys. Meanwhile, select Wednesday games -- those deemed "Way Back Wednesday" -- will feature throwbacks to the blue and orange of the 1990s.
On Sundays, the team will continue its tradition of wearing camoflauge jerseys for military appreciation. But in 2017, the Marine camoflauge will take precedent over the Navy camoflauge worn in '16. The Navy digital camoflauge will likely be worn twice -- on Navy Appreciation Day and one other Sunday.
AJ Cassavell covers the Padres for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter @ajcassavell. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.