Colorado State will wear special “state pride” uniforms when it takes on Boise State at home on Nov. 11.
It’s a fantastic look which incorporates the Colorado state flag.
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The white Under Armour combination features a red and gold “C” on the helmet and jersey with a patch with the state flag on the left hip of the pants. The helmet also has royal blue stripes on the center of the helmet, as does the outside of the pant leg. Additionally, the uniform’s jersey numbers are royal blue with red trim with “Colorado State” on the front of the jersey above the numbers.
“Our partnership with Under Armour provides for specialty uniforms and the UA design team does a tremendous job driving the creative process,” said CSU athletic director Joe Parker. “The use of our iconic state flag as the base element for this uniform speaks to the pride across Colorado for the University and also our mission as a land grant institution.”
Colorado State, which dropped to 2-2 after losing at Alabama last Saturday, is off this weekend before traveling to Hawaii on Sept. 30.
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