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Saw this in the Nike store in Vegas. Thought I'd post just to give you a different look at them maybe

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See, this doesn't look that bad.

To you, maybe. I think it is hideous.

Yeah I guess different strokes for different folks. Personally I don't mind adding a secondary color, as long as it isn't dominating the uniform.

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Saw this in the Nike store in Vegas. Thought I'd post just to give you a different look at them maybe

319549_166729703414148_100002313573452_327804_1156505942_n.jpg

See, this doesn't look that bad.

To you, maybe. I think it is hideous.

Yeah I guess different strokes for different folks. Personally I don't mind adding a secondary color, as long as it isn't dominating the uniform.

Right now, it looks like a mix between Batman and the Green Lantern.

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Saw this in the Nike store in Vegas. Thought I'd post just to give you a different look at them maybe

319549_166729703414148_100002313573452_327804_1156505942_n.jpg

See, this doesn't look that bad.

To you, maybe. I think it is hideous.

Yeah I guess different strokes for different folks. Personally I don't mind adding a secondary color, as long as it isn't dominating the uniform.

what about 2 secondary colors (black and bronze)?

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I rather like gold added to Michigan State's colors.

But I hope it's a decision by the college and not by a uniform maker, just because it makes the uniforms look more snazzy. Uniform makers shouldn't go off and do whatever they want. There are guidelines, and school colors are big guidelines.

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Saw this in the Nike store in Vegas. Thought I'd post just to give you a different look at them maybe

319549_166729703414148_100002313573452_327804_1156505942_n.jpg

See, this doesn't look that bad.

To you, maybe. I think it is hideous.

Yeah I guess different strokes for different folks. Personally I don't mind adding a secondary color, as long as it isn't dominating the uniform.

what about 2 secondary colors (black and bronze)?

If you throw out tradition, I like the look. Kind of Oregon with gold instead of neon yellow.

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Right now, it looks like a mix between Batman and the Green Lantern.

*Note to self...write...this...screenplay!!!....*

Ahem, I was one of the handful that liked the initial release photos...but if THIS is how it actually worked out...it's a stinker.

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Actually Nike can do UCLA-style stripes.

No doubt, they make it work with LSU.

I gotta disagree. Nike's UCLA stripes only "work" if you compare them to Adidas' UCLA stripes. Neither look the way they're supposed to. LSU's stripes still go part of the way down the shoulders then stop. Hate it... drives me crazy.

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You can now buy this new exclusive Michigan State hoodie that resembles their pro combat uniform:

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They did that for TCU, Boise and Oregon's bowl uniforms last year. Also saw them for the Oregon Fighting Ducks uniforms.

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You can now buy this new exclusive Michigan State hoodie that resembles their pro combat uniform:

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They did that for TCU, Boise and Oregon's bowl uniforms last year. Also saw them for the Oregon Fighting Ducks uniforms.

Cool. This was the first one that I ever saw and I thought I would let people know about these. Thanks for not being pro-active and sharing.

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You can now buy this new exclusive Michigan State hoodie that resembles their pro combat uniform:

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They did that for TCU, Boise and Oregon's bowl uniforms last year. Also saw them for the Oregon Fighting Ducks uniforms.

Cool. This was the first one that I ever saw and I thought I would let people know about these. Thanks for not being pro-active and sharing.

The other ones have been posted IIRC. Sorry you missed them.

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Actually Nike can do UCLA-style stripes.

No doubt, they make it work with LSU.

I gotta disagree. Nike's UCLA stripes only "work" if you compare them to Adidas' UCLA stripes. Neither look the way they're supposed to. LSU's stripes still go part of the way down the shoulders then stop. Hate it... drives me crazy.

But why does it "have" to go all the way around and meet? They are stripes, not circles.

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Actually Nike can do UCLA-style stripes.

No doubt, they make it work with LSU.

I gotta disagree. Nike's UCLA stripes only "work" if you compare them to Adidas' UCLA stripes. Neither look the way they're supposed to. LSU's stripes still go part of the way down the shoulders then stop. Hate it... drives me crazy.

But why does it "have" to go all the way around and meet? They are stripes, not circles.

id like to see something in between. i dont think it looks that great looping around the shoulder. at least on modern jerseys. IMO those stripes need some sort of end point, but also need to be longer. for me, this would be ideal

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UofH has a bye week this weekend, but will wear these throwbacks (late 60's, early 70's) for next weekend's home game:

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UH athletics currently sports a "fatter" version of the UH logo (below). They adopted this look about 15 years ago, but only for athletics. The school's academic side and campus imagery have continued to use the "skinny" UH logo. UH has decided to unify the two looks and will go with a slightly modified "skinny UH" logo as the look for both academics and athletics. Look for the switch in athletics to occur after the new year, but not for basketball, meaning the look will basically be unveiled by the spring sports teams (baseball, softball, track, etc..) with new football and basketball gear to be unveiled over the summer.

I'm a lifelong Houstonian, though admittedly not much of a UH fan, and the "skinny UH" is "UH" to me and, I think, most of Houston. I think it will be a welcomed change for the Coogs.

current:

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id like to see something in between. i dont think it looks that great looping around the shoulder. at least on modern jerseys. IMO those stripes need some sort of end point, but also need to be longer.

Dwight Freeney has the right idea.

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