Kansas basketball and adidas are at it again, as the two on Thursday morning unveiled another new alternate uniform that the Jayhawks will wear during the 2015 postseason.
The look, dubbed "Made in March" features a pretty basic jersey with "Kansas" written across the chest and shorts with a giant Jayhawk on the sides.
According to the release, the uniform system was "designed with adidas' most innovative and advanced apparel and footwear technology to help the Jayhawks play at their highest levels during college basketball's biggest moments."
The jerseys were designed with the same lightweight, sweat-wicking technology used in the NBA and targeted ventilation zones on the chest, back and side to keep players cool during games. A perforated pattern on the shorts maximizes comfort and breathability.
The uniform package also includes the choice of signature adidas shoes from NBA All-Stars Damian Lillard, John Wall and Derrick Rose.
KU officials said the Made in March uniforms could be worn as early as the Big 12 Championship (March 11-14) at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri.
This marks the second alternate apparel unveiling of the season as Kansas is already slated to don the Heritage Classic uniforms on Saturday against Texas.
Fans can get their gear prior to postseason play as select replica jerseys and shorts will soon be available at KUStore in Allen Fieldhouse, campus bookstores, participating retailers and at KUStore.com. KU's most recent footwear will also be available at adidas.com.