The design is pretty simple. A bordered card featuring a player and team logo that is "torn" into the card.
Back of the base card
What some may not have paid attention to back in 1995 was the fact this was Jeff Blake's rookie card. Some of you are like Jeff Blake? Jeff Blake was a QB for many teams starting out with the Jets, known mostly for his time with the Bengals where he put up some decent numbers and ending his career in 2005 with the Bears.
There were subsets as well such as checklists, I wonder away with em. So much easier to do sets that way. Star Struck is the other subset.
Rookie cards looked a bit cool. Here comes Napoleon Kafuman busting up the middle of your card!
In my three packs, I landed 2 of these 1:4 Red Siege parallels including a John Elway one.
Back of the parallels. These were done in simpler times when we were told what they were. Now-a-days parallels are a bit more challenging. Especially refractors and if they are not numbered.