UNC’s practice helmets feature Jordan Brand’s Jumpman logo

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The North Carolina Tar Heels football team took things up a notch or 10 after unveiling its gorgeous Jordan Brand “Jumpman” helmets.

Under head coach Larry Fedora, UNC football has won 19 games over the last two seasons and things just got a whole lot cooler after the team offered a look at its new Jordan Brand uniforms for the 2017 season.

While everything they’ve introduced so far looks pretty immaculate, nothing in this lifetime will ever top the Tar Heels’ new practice helmets.

How perfect is this? The iconic Jordan Brand Jumpman logo draped over that beautiful Carolina blue and nothing extra in its way to ruin the badass look.

If I’m currently on the UNC football roster, I’m wearing this helmet to class, to lunch, to brunch, to concerts, to the driving range, to the shooting range, to the airport, to bed, possibly in the shower and, eventually, to Thanksgiving dinner and on Christmas morning.

Yes, it’s that special.

This is basically the opposite end of the universe when you compare a football helmet as great as this one to something completely mundane, like the Cleveland Browns and their perfectly symbolic, blank orange helmet.

As for the full uniforms, here’s a look at home, away and an alternate.

The Jumpman logo on the pants serves as a nice touch. And there is a white helmet, it just hasn’t been featured on @UNCEquipment.

However, you can find it on Nike’s news page and wow are those all whites looking mighty clean.

Speaking of, Nike has obviously already rolled out plenty of UNC/Jordan Brand merch on its site and of the items I’ve seen so far, nothing touches the navy blue and valor blue jackets.

Not exactly cheap, but that navy blue jacket in particular is a flat-out stunner.

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Per Keeping It Heel, the new Jumpman unis will make their official debut in UNC’s season opener against Cal in Chapel Hill on September 2.

On a somewhat related note, since we’re talking Jordan Brand, check out UNC’s latest addition to the Kenan Football Center that will likely ensure excessive drooling from visiting recruits.

Now all UNC has to do is win a bowl game for the first time in five seasons.