adidas and Kansas Unveil Uniforms for NCAA Postseason
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LAWRENCE, Kan. – University of Kansas and adidas today unveiled the 2016 Made in March Uniform Collection for the Jayhawks to wear during the NCAA basketball postseason. The uniform collection features unique design elements that pay tribute to the team’s identity and school history.
Allen Fieldhouse is known as the greatest home-court advantage in college basketball, claiming ESPN’s top prize in 2010 for the loudest student section and later being named the most intimidating arena in 2013 by NCAA.com. To honor the Rock Chalk faithful, the 2016 Made in March uniforms incorporate a soundwave pattern along the waistband as a nod to Allen Fieldhouse’s unparalleled home-court advantage. The uniforms are designed in Kansas’ classic blue, white and crimson tones with a terrycloth “Jayhawk” logo for sweat management.
To give players optimum performance on the court, the uniforms feature the same lightweight, sweat-wicking technology used in the NBA. Targeted ventilation zones on the chest, back and side keep players cool even in the most intense moments of the game. A mid-hole mesh on the short maximizes comfort and breathability as the game heats up.
The Jayhawks will lace up the latest adidas basketball footwear including special editions of the Crazylight Boost 2.5 Low and D Lillard 2 in team colors.
The 2016 Made in March uniforms debut on court with conference tournament play. Fans can grab their team gear at adidas.com and campus area retailers beginning this March.
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