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Nike Reveals Awesome New ‘Mach Speed’ Uniforms for Oregon (Photos)

by Glenn Erby | Posted on Friday, December 20th, 2013
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Nike is at it again, putting their most innovative technology to use to improve football uniforms.  Of course the mighty Oregon Ducks are once again the benificiaries.

Nike has unveiled their latest cutting-edge uniform designed for “maximum speed, ventilation and comfort,” and will debut with the Oregon Ducks football team as it takes on Texas in the Alamo Bowl on Dec. 30.

Nike’s official website:

- Durable, heavy-duty stretch-woven panels strategically placed to lock down the shoulder pads across the chest and back.

- New Nike Chain Maille 2.0 mesh fabric, ventilated through laser-cut pods, used to provide strength at the neck grill for that lock down fit. This same mesh is employed at the back of the neck, under the arm, and in an air channel between the chest panels for increased airflow.

- Laser perforated mesh panels incorporated into major heat zones within the mid-section of the jersey – at the stomach and lower back – allowing for heat release where athletes need it most.

- The jersey armhole openings are rotated forward for a more articulated fit and better range of motion. An additional stretch gusset has been added below the armhole to enhance flexibility.

The Ducks stay winning.

 

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  1. nba is fixed says:

    No, the Ducks are not winning, they’re losing. They have the best football training facility in college football,but no national championship. The Ducks have mach speed, but no size on the offesnsive and defensive line. Duck dynasty may soon meet it’s end at the Alamo bowl.

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