Adidas unveils more conservative Made for March uniforms for eight teams

Adidas unveiled its Made for March collection of jerseys, shorts and shoes for eight of its flagship programs with postseason tournaments just around the corner. (Adidas)

Louisville won the national title two years ago in some rather ugly Zubaz uniforms Adidas released just before tournament time that season.

Adidas definitely took a more conservative approach with its 2015 Made for March uniforms, shorts and shoes unveiled Thursday for eight of its flagship college partners, including the Cardinals, who are the only team in the group with sleeves on its new jerseys.

This year's uniforms have a classic feel to them with school names and logos prominently displayed on jerseys and shorts and school colors visible on extended waistbands complementing the home whites.

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All eight teams represented figure to be involved in postseason play beyond their conference tournament where they will wear the new uniforms for the first time. But not all eight appear destined for the NCAA tournament.

Michael Ehrlich, the athletic apparel giant's publich relations director, shared some of the uniforms on his Twitter account.


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