Oregon Unveils New ‘Ohana’ Uniforms For Saturday’s Game vs. UCLA......
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Oregon has once again unveiled yet another new uniform for their game against UCLA this weekend...
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“The UO football team will wear uniforms honoring elements of Polynesian culture including family, unity and a voyager spirit,” Oregon’s statement reads, via GoDucks.com. “The ‘Ohana’ gear was designed through a collaboration involving Nike. . . . Black is the base color for the line, in a nod to the volcanic rock that formed the Pacific islands. The line also incorporates “Action Green,” representing the resilient vegetation that grows among the volcanic rock.”



(The Spun)
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Celebrate the vegetation while you can... before Antifags roll through and burn it down.
Reply5 months
When will the PDX antifa colors be released ?
Reply5 months
who cares
Reply5 months
When did Oregon move to Hawaii?
Reply5 months
They should’ve taken a year off redirect figure out a future outside of interesting outfits
Reply5 months
Still surprised they’re so impressed by how many national championships they’ve won, they display it all over their jersey’s and helmet. 0
Reply5 months
Oh nah nah
Reply5 months
The Oregon "Uni of the week with a weak backstory" schtick was tired 5 years ago. They still do this bullshite?
Reply5 months
Going for the rave glow stick look....nice
Reply5 months
I don't even know what Oregon's regular uniforms look like.
Reply5 months
Oregon and uniform changes are like Larry Leo and grammatical errors. A weekly occurrence and always entertaining.
Reply5 months
looks like a play off the Seahawks design - but it looks good
Reply5 months
Ohana means family. Thanks Stitch.
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