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The New Oklahoma State Football Uniforms

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I’d love to hear your thoughts on them in the comments section…

The black on black on black is insane. Let’s just not wear it when the field thermometer reads 144 in early September.

I’m not a big phantom Pete guy but it does look pretty good on these pants.

The black on orange and orange on black is going to look PHENOMENAL.

I think the gray is different than I thought it would be. I presumed it would look darker (like Oregon) but I can deal with this.

This is actually pretty slick looking.

The gray helmets are solid too. Obviously I (we) overreacted to the replicas I tweeted out last week because I’m impressed by these.

So many great combinations, I love it.

Up close of the orange. I don’t like the top as much as the pants.

I’m not in love with the thick stripes but they take me back to the 80s a little bit. Back to this.

The new white pops so hard. The white on black and black on white (like KU last year) are going to be fan favorites.

So there you are, the new unis in all their glory. I have to admit they’re a lot better than I thought they would be. feel like they equally satisfy the age 70+ alumni because of the subtle shout out to our 1980s thick-striped uniforms and the younger crowd (specifically recruits) because they’re fun, and sharp, and a little bit loud.

Well done, Nike. Well done, Oklahoma State. Well done, fan base for enduring seven months of pontificating and “omg I think Holder and Phil Knight texted today” rumors.

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