The University of Georgia announced a complete re-branding of their athletic programs yesterday as part of their partnership with Nike. The re-branding includes a new focus on logos as well as some adjustments to the fonts and numbers used on team’s uniforms throughout the university.
Of course, this means the football team, basketball team, and all of the athletic programs will be receiving new uniforms for the 2013-14 season and beyond.
There was initially some concern about how the re-branding would change the classic look of Georgia’s football uniforms, but don’t worry, they will keep the traditional look.
The biggest differences for the new Georgia uniforms are the font and numbers that are used, along with some new materials and a thicker collar with Nike’s always impressive Flywire technology.
Nike’s use of the lighter materials gives the Georgia uniforms a modern spin while not going too far out of the box and upsetting their faithful fans.
Here are some additional looks at the new uniform that Georgia unveiled on Tuesday:
What do you think of Georgia’s new football uniforms? Can you tell the differences or do they look exactly the same to you? Would you like to see the team change up the look even more or stick to tradition? Sound off in the comments section and share your thoughts.