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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Oregon’s new football uniforms released (Pictures)

Several teams unveiled new uniforms for the upcoming college football season, but fans were still waiting on one school to show off their new duds: Oregon. Nike finally came through on Wednesday by releasing the new football uniforms for the Ducks. The uniforms are made of 16 different materials, and they look infinitely better than Notre Dame’s hideous unis. Here are a few looks at the uniforms:

Below you can see four different Oregon tops that are on sale at the Oregon student store:

Inside the collars of the uniforms it says “Mighty Oregon.” You can also see the glossy feathers on the shoulders:

Oregon will be wearing these uniforms beginning with their season opener on September 1 against Arkansas State. This is the same “fully integrated uniform system” the school had during the Rose Bowl last season.

Here are a few details about the uniforms, according to Nike:

“The new uniform incorporates pinnacle performance innovation and design while providing enhanced thermoregulation and more durability with the inclusion of Nike Chain Maille Mesh – a lightweight ultra-breathable material – used in both the jersey and pant.”

You can go here to read much more about the uniforms.

More college football uniform news:

Photos: Arkansas shows off new football uniforms

Photos: West Virginia debuts all-gray alternate jerseys

Photo: TCU’s new football helmet

Photo: Arizona’s new copper helmet

Related: Worst throwback jerseys ever

Photos via Nike, Chris McKee/Twitter



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