Adidas unveils "iced out" uniforms for select college basketball teams, including UCLA, Indiana, Louisville and Kansas.
Adidas has unveiled a collection of monochrome black and white uniforms to welcome the start of the 2015–2016 college basketball season, a new set of uniforms that the company has dubbed “iced out” due to the reflective finish that illuminates when hit with a camera flash.
The uniforms for Arizona State, Indiana, Texas A&M, Kansas, Louisville, Miami, Nebraska and UCLA feature a diamond pattern—inspired by basketball nets, says Adidas—with a reflective finish running along the sides of the jersey top and shorts.
The shorts include an oversized team logo, and Adidas has created a collection with warm-ups and a short-sleeved hoodie finished in the same reflective fabric and basketball net print.
Expect to see the on-court debut of the new look during early-season tournaments.
Tim Newcomb covers stadiums, sneakers and training for Sports Illustrated. Follow him on Twitter at @tdnewcomb.