Expectations are high for Iowa men’s basketball this season. And why not? The Hawkeyes return every major contributor, except for Eric May, from a youthful and talented team that went 9-9 in Big Ten play and advanced to the NIT championship game. Here’s something else to get Hawkeyes fans excited: Iowa will wear new uniforms in 2013-14.
Iowa unveiled its new Nike “Hyper Elite” threads Wednesday afternoon at media day, and it’s a more modern design of what the Hawkeyes have worn the past few seasons. The biggest differences include less piping down the sides, a more arched “IOWA” on the front of the jersey and an “Aerographic” design (Tigerhawk) on the back.
Here’s a look at Iowa’s old designs:
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