Adidas received a lot of diverse reactions to the sleeved jerseys they produced for the Golden State Warriors and now the apparel company is looking to produce more sleeved jerseys for teams they sponsor heading in to the NCAA March Madness tournament.
A report from the Sporting News indicates that Adidas has already informed the Louisville Cardinals that they will be receiving the new unis and the Adidas Twitter account sent out a few teaser photos that indicate the UCLA Bruins, Baylor Bears, Notre Dame Fighting Irish and Cincinnati Bearcats will also get the new look.
The teams will be outfitted with the new impact camo jerseys during the NCAA tournament.
It will be interesting to see the reaction from the rabid college fanbases of the team’s that receive the uniform makeover. The reaction to Golden State’s unis were mixed, so there is no reason to believe the reaction to Adidas’ impact camo jerseys will be any different.
Early indication is that the uniforms these college programs receive will look a lot like the camouflaged jerseys from the McDonald’s All-American game:
Here are the teaser photos that Adidas sent out on their Twitter feed:
What do you think? Do you like the sleeved jersey concept or is it something that Adidas should immediately move away from after their latest experiment? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.