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Discussion in 'General College Sports' started by CLONECONES, Aug 28, 2014.
I think they look pretty dirty - link is to BR so click at your own risk: Article Here
that's what the kids say, right?
Does dirty mean good in this context?
Does nice mean good? I can't keep up with you kids.
It's kind of cool you can tell a players class based in the stripes on the uniform.
Sorry, I don't speak jive.
whatever happened to words meaning what they are supposed to mean?
Its alternate jerseys like these when I wish ISU would do it more often.
Very cool. Go Navy! Beat the Buckeyes!
On a side note, I wish Army would use these uniforms more:
This post is bad.
Those are sweet, cant wait till they're in the uniform store for ncaa 15 ...:twitcy:
Sorry, but I like the previous version better. The one with the separation between colors a bit more slanted downward back to front, and the dark blue rather than black. That helmet looks too much like a police riot helmet, or a bad storm trooper from star wars.
I thought shaded visors were illegal in college now?
(Am I doing this right?)
So basically unless Under Armor has an actual uniform to copy, they still suck at uniform design.
Wonder what prompted the move from Nike to UA. In Nike's "ranks", Oregon is essentially #1 and Army & Navy were 2a and 2b. Granted, they didn't do anything overly flashy (ala Oregon) to keep with their traditions and history, but they got great new designs every year and could get pretty much anything they wanted from Nike.
You can have one if you have a medical reason for it, like migraines and such. They use them for these modeling gigs so you pay attention to the helmet and not the dude's face.
I don't know, they kind of look like some sort of futuristic motorcycle cop helmet to me. Robocop meets CHiPs doesn't really scream cool.