BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Indiana University football program unveiled its new uniforms at the Cream & Crimson Spring Game. The Hoosiers will begin wearing the uniforms in 2010.
Please see the attached release to view the uniforms and please see below for a description:
Jerseys: To be made of stretch Cordura® material. Embracing tradition in the 2010 uniform design, the “Hoosiers” name will remain on the front of the jersey. The plain block narrow font numbers on the front and back originated from the 1967 era jersey. Stripes will be on jersey shoulder instead of on the pant, to differentiate Indiana from other collegiate football teams. The jerseys will have color block design created by adidas sport marketing and IU.
Pants: Will have adidas TECHFIT™ PowerWeb technology incorporated into the pants. PowerWeb is designed to focus a muscle’s energy to generate maximum explosive power, acceleration and endurance, while compressing and cooling simultaneously with Clima zones. The pant will have a color block design created by adidas sports marketing and IU.
The weight of the uniform is 40% lighter compared to previous pants and jerseys.
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