The Arizona State football program will be wearing some incredible uniforms when players take the field on Nov. 4 against Colorado at Sun Devil Stadium.
Arizona State’s alternate uniforms were designed in collaboration with Sun Devil Athletics and the Pat Tillman Foundation to honor active and veteran military members as part of the university’s campus-wide Salute to Service initiative.
The “Brotherhood” uniforms were unveiled by adidas on Monday afternoon.
Arizona State’s uniforms will feature “PT-42” badges and decals to honor Tillman, while also paying tribute to all servicemen and women who have attended the university on the back of the camouflaged helmet.
Further paying homage to Tillman and the U.S. Military, a tan camouflage helmet is highlighted with the word “Brotherhood” on the back of the helmet. Underneath are the names of any ASU player or coach, past or present, who has served or is serving in the U.S. Military. Additionally, the PT-42 badge is highlighted directly above the Arizona State moniker at the crest of the jersey collar.
More information on the uniforms can be seen by clicking here along with a photo gallery of the special look below, via adidas football and Arizona State: