ASU football, adidas release all-white uniforms
Arizona State will wear a special all-white uniform next season making note of the school’s push to be environmentally responsible.
Adidas released the football team’s “Selfless” uniforms on Monday as part of a series of one-off alternates across college football, reports The Action Network’s Darren Rovell.
Let’s start with the helmets, which feature ASU’s standard pitchfork logos in maroon on top of a white base.
The jerseys feature maroon Arizona state flags designed on each shoulder — it’s also a nod to the 80-plus solar panels on the university’s campus. Maroon block numbering is along the front of the jerseys, while a “Sun Devils” nameplate replaces the last names of players typically worn.
A Pat Tillman “PT-42” logo sits just under the chin at the center of the jerseys as well.
Sticking with the selfless theme, the jerseys are made of adidas’ sustainable Econyl Yarn and complemented by twill numbering.
The white colorway limits use of toxic dyes, and accompanying cleats are made from recycled materials.