USATSI_7597206_168381178_lowres-620x453Since joining the SEC in 2012, Texas A&M’s made quite a few waves on the uniform spectrum higlighted by an ‘iced-out’ white alternate and a sleek grey and maroon set with an oversized secondary logo on a two-toned helmet.

Not bad for Adidas, a uniform supplier hoping to stay ahead of Under Armour and approach Nike in the race for on-field apparel supremacy.

The Aggies first donned their familiar maroon helmet in 1946, replacing the previous leather look. There’s been several changes since including a white shell through the years, but Texas A&M’s current primary logo, the recognizable ‘aTm’ has been around since 1965.

NCAA Football: Texas A&M at Southern Methodist

For the first time since 1978, Texas A&M altered its facemasks from white to grey in 2012 and added a new alternate shell in the process, a two-toned dark maroon fading to black with the Aggies’ improved ‘State of Texas aTM’ logo.

Last season, the Aggies debuted their all-white with silver accents uniform combination complete with a white and chrome lid. Adidas delivered a nifty throwback set as well, weaving a retro ‘leather’ look from 1939 into Texas A&M’s gameday garb against Lousiana-Monroe. It was arguably college football’s best throwback last fall.

Current preferred uniform combinations