SEC Military Appreciation uniform concepts
A few SEC teams have already taken part in Military Appreciation Day this season and others are doing so this weekend. We thought it would be a great time to deliver a few ‘USA-inspired’ concept uniforms for the occasion.
Here’s a team-by-team glance at what we’ve seen in the SEC this season:
- Alabama (Nike)
- Arkansas (Nike)
- Auburn (Under Armour)
- Florida (Nike)
- Georgia (Nike)
- Kentucky (Nike)
- LSU (Nike)
- Mississippi St. (Adidas)
- Mizzou (Nike)
- Ole Miss (Nike)
- South Carolina (Under Armour)
- Tennessee (Adidas)
- Texas A&M (Adidas)
- Vanderbilt (Nike)
And a complete list of our previous uniform rankings and concepts:
- HOME uniform rankings
- ROAD uniform rankings
- ALTERNATE uniform rankings
- ALTERNATE helmet concepts
- Breast Cancer Awareness concepts
Incorporating stars and stripes along with digital camo print into several gameday options, here’s the SEC 2014 Military Appreciation concept uniforms:
Georgia: Without altering the iconic home combination too much, we’ve added a navy blue outline to jersey numerals and a navy pants stripe replacing black. Subtle, yet clean.
Florida: Similar to Kentucky’s Military Appreciation option, the we’ve infused a USA theme inside the Gators’ secondary helmet logo and added the same design on contrasting shoulders. Orange has been taken out of the style completely.
Tennessee: We’ve incorporated the Vols’ alternate grey color and blended in camouflage for a Wounded Warrior-style option.
South Carolina: The primarily white version of the Gamecocks’ grey Wounded Warrior alternate worn at LSU in 2012, this updated look from Under Armour includes a garnet stripe down the facemask that matches South Carolina’s helmet.
Kentucky: The red, white and blue color palette really works for the Wildcats, complete with a USA-themed helmet logo, red outlined numerals and stars at the shoulders.
Vanderbilt: This mock Commodores road ensemble features patriotic stars along the shoulders, gold chrome helmets and navy blue accents instead of the school’s primary black. It has a Navy-feel, but looks tremendous.
Mizzou: Menacing stripes at the shoulder and an anthracite grey numeral really set off this alternate look. While it’s not groundbreaking, gold detailing has also been added down the center of the facemask for a growling appearance.
Arkansas: A sleek alternate helmet with the Razorbacks’ 2014 secondary logo is all that’s needed for Arkansas’ current road sets.
Alabama: An ode to throwback-style uniforms, we’ve added a star to each shoulder and a charismatic blue stripe to the Crimson Tide’s gameday pants.
Auburn: Head-to-toe Wounded Warrior camo print sets the Tigers apart from the rest of the SEC.
LSU: By eliminating gold, we’ve developed a sleek purple and battle grey alternate for LSU with an updated secondary helmet.
Mississippi State: Passion runs deep in these Military Appreciation dark maroon alternates featuring dark grey digital camo accents on the helmet, pants and jersey.
Ole Miss: Vertical stars and stripes along the shoulders gives the Rebels a unique appearance on Military Appreciation Day. Ole Miss’ primary color set works well with the theme and its alternate helmet is the SEC West’s best.
Texas A&M: Maroon, grey, maroon is the perfect get-up on gameday for this Adidas alternate in College Station. The Aggies’ concept set includes a secondary maroon helmet that fades into black.