With more than 100 of the nation’s top-rated high school prospects set to take part in this year’s All-American Bowl, adidas recently unveiled the uniforms the East and West squads will be wearing on Saturday (1 p.m. on NBC).
Both sets are monochrome, with the East in anthracite and the West in gray, and feature mint-colored accents, including the “All-American” wordmark on the chest, numbers and team wordmarks on the right or left sleeve.
There are also mint-colored lighting bolts on the opposite shoulder and sleeve, as well as down the same side of the pants. The East has the bolts on the right side of the uniform, while the West has them on the left.
The uniforms are complete with silver All-American Bowl logos, tying in the reflective silver material around the wordmark, numbers and lightning bolts, as well as brushed nickel facemasks.
That said, there is one minor detail within the uniforms worth monitoring moving forward – particularly from a college football perspective – as the adidas logo on both the jersey and pants no longer include the wordmark below the three stripes.
Photos courtesy of @adidasfballus on Instagram.