ASU’s new Adidas jerseys feature the Arizona flag emblem
Aug 6, 2018, 1:46 PM
New coach, new era, new threads.
Arizona State football released a promotional video showcasing the new features on their Primeknit A1 uniforms for the 2018 season on Monday.
As they hinted at the Pac-12 media days in Los Angeles in July, the new uniforms made by Adidas, feature the Arizona state flag design across the collar bone. They replace the 2017 jerseys which had “Arizona State” in its place.
Fresh threads for the new season from @adidasFBallUS 🔥🔥🔥
— Sun Devil Football (@ASUFootball) August 6, 2018
Gone are the gold highlights on the sleeved area and replacing them is the printed number of the individual player.
As a final touch, the ASU signature pitchfork was moved from the side of the thigh and changed to a small logo near the hip. Along the thigh of the gold pants, the school nickname “Sun Devils” is printed in maroon lettering.
When ASU first hired head coach Herm Edwards, the school released a video showing how surprised he was about how small and tight the jerseys were.
But what does he think about the new Primeknit A1 threads?