Made In March: Kansas Reveals Postseason Look

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LAWRENCE, Kan. – adidas and Kansas men’s basketball launched their latest look of the 2014-15 season Thursday morning, this time unveiling the Made in March uniform system for the Jayhawks to wear during the 2015 postseason.
Designed with adidas’ most innovative and advanced apparel and footwear technology, the uniform system is designed to help the Jayhawks play at their highest levels during college basketball’s biggest moments.
The new uniforms feature enlarged Jayhawk logos on the shorts and an extended waistband that allows players to rep the Crimson and Blue even when wearing home whites. Evoking a throwback feel, the asymmetrical leg trim on the shorts is inspired by the team’s retro uniform styles.
Jerseys were designed with the same lightweight, sweat-wicking technology used in the NBA and targeted ventilation zones on the chest, back and side to keep players cool even in the most intense moments of the game. A perforated pattern on the shorts maximizes comfort and breathability as each contest heats up.
For a finishing touch, the Jayhawks will lace up the latest adidas basketball footwear, including the new colorways of the D Lillard 1, J Wall 1 and D Rose Boost 5 signature shoes from NBA All-Stars Damian Lillard, John Wall and Derrick Rose.
The Made in March uniform system could debut on the court as early as the Big 12 Championship (March 11-14) inside Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri. Fans can get their gear prior to postseason play as select replica jerseys and shorts will soon be available at KUStore in Allen Fieldhouse, campus bookstores, participating retailers and at KU’s most recent footwear will also be available at
This marks the second alternate apparel unveiling of the season as Kansas is already slated to don the Heritage Classic uniforms on Feb. 28 versus Texas as the Jayhawks continue to celebrate the 60th season in Allen Fieldhouse. The official online source for Kansas Athletics, Williams Education Fund contributions, tickets, merchandise, multimedia, photos and much, much more.