A new conference means new uniforms for Texas A&M.
Adidas rolled out some snazzy new Lone Star TECHFIT uniforms that were inspired by the uniforms Texas A&M teams used to wear in the 1970s.
According to A&M's website, "the Aggies' new look pays homage to the rich tradition of Texas A&M football and celebrates the bright future in College Station."
However, unlike the uniforms from the 1970s, the Aggies will not exclusively use their white helme
The biggest change to the uniform is something most people won't notice on gameday — the technology. The uniforms are made with a cooling fabric and the weight of the jersey has been reduced by 30 percent. The way the jerseys are cut also helps with speed and agility.
Of course, the most glaring change to the jersey is the SEC logo on the shoulder.
As noted above, there's nothing flashy here and that's probably what makes these uniforms attractive. The Aggies might be moving to a new league, but that shouldn't change who they are.
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