Nike released, via their blog, some photos of Oregon’s uniforms they will be wearing on Jan. 2nd in Pasadena when they face off against Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl. I do think it is kind of funny to think about how different the two schools are, and the uniforms are just a starting point.
While the uniforms feature a new look for the Ducks, the most significant distinction in the 2012 Oregon Pro Combat System of Dress uniforms is the performance. The gear incorporates the new Nike Chain Maille Mesh, which is focused around increased thermoregulation and breathability, as well as lightweight protection.
Nike Pro Combat Deflex padding continues the theme, maximizing protection in crucial areas while wicking away sweat and enhancing air flow. Likewise, the Flywire collar eliminates a layer of fabric, providing stability and anchoring the jersey while reducing bulk and weight and allowing for air-flow. All in all, the new Pro Combat System of Dress uniform features 16 different materials, all used with the goal of creating the lightest uniform possible, while improving protection, air flow and, overall, performance. Plenty of looks at the Rose Bowl Oregon Pro Combat uniform below.
via NIKE Blog