Texas Longhorns Get New Uniforms For 2013 Season

Nov 10, 2012; Austin, TX, USA; General view of Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium during the first quarter of a game between the Texas Longhorns and Iowa State Cyclones. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

The Texas Longhorns are the latest team to make adjustments to their uniforms for the 2013 college football season. While Texas did not make any major adjustments to their jerseys for this season, the slight tweaks that they did make were enough to improve the look of the traditional uniform and make the look a little more modern.

The first adjustment that Texas made with the jerseys was moving the TV numbers from the sleeves to the top of the shoulders. The biggest tweak they made to the new uniform was adding the Longhorns logo to the collar as it sits on top of Nike’s trademark Flywire technology.

What does the finished product look like?

Here is a look at the Longhorns new jerseys, via Paul Lukas of Uni Watch:

Photo via Uni Watch’s Paul Lukas on Twitter (@UniWatch)

What do you think of the slight changes the Longhorns made to their uniforms for this season? Share your thoughts in the comments section and let us know what changes you would make moving forward.

Topics: Football, Texas Longhorns

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