Well, it’s been a few months since the college football season ended. Way past due for a look ahead to next season’s uniforms, right? The Oklahoma State Cowboys agree.
Behold, the new Oklahoma State football uniforms, a wildly varied set of looks that ably follows up their 2011 overhaul that was to make them the “Oregon of the Midwest.” The school’s signature orange and black and white are present on largely solid-colored jerseys, but these are far from pedestrian. The devil is truly in the details.
Each jersey features an intricate school-inspired pattern proudly emblazoned onto the collar and cuffs. The print brings together OSU iconography including Frank Eaton (the original Pistol Pete), paddles, bells, the team’s retired jersey numbers, school script like “Oklahoma State” and “Pistols Firing” and much more. On the chest, each jersey now features a marshal badge, another homage to Eaton and his service as a US deputy marshal.
Check out plenty of shots of the new Oklahoma State football uniforms below, and keep it locked to NB for more college football uniforms as the season approaches.