The Arizona State Sun Devils have added another look to their repertoire.
The school unveiled an alternate copper look Monday, adding it to an already vast collection of options.
The look features a white helmet with a copper stripe down the middle along with a copper-colored pitchfork.
"As players, we love to look like one of a kind on the field," ASU QB Taylor Kelly said in a press release. "Uniforms are important because they have a huge impact on recruiting and our fan base, and this new looks is awesome and very unique in a number of ways, especially the gray and copper chrome facemask."
"We wanted to pay homage to this great state while keeping the team's look consistent," head coach Todd Graham added. "We are one of the top few teams in the nation with as many looks and combinations as we have, and this plays an important role in building a national fanbase and molding Arizona State University into a household name."
It is not yet known when the Devils will wear these duds.
Also from the press release:
The uniform encompasses two colors: copper and anthracite. The football program wanted to create a unique way to expand the school's image and honor the state's heritage, as well as uphold the university's brand standards.
This is the team's 10th distinctive helmet design in three seasons and its unique aspects include a cooper chrome facemask and decals, as well as a copper chrome stripe down the middle.
The Devils now have four options for their jerseys and five for their pants, and the uniform's exclusive color and concept features the same design as previous combinations. The pitchfork remains dominant, and the numbers keep their font and include a fade, similar to the black uniforms, from copper to white. The team will wear all-white gloves and cleats with the uniforms.