Tennessee unveils new Nike uniforms for all sports

Written By Troy Machir
(Tennessee Athletics)

The University of  Tennessee has long been known as an adidas school.

But that all changed on Wednesday when the Volunteers officially switched over to Nike and unveiled a brand new lineup of uniforms, one that enhances a traditional look with sharp font and accents.

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From the official news release:

In an effort to create consistency across all applications that honors the past while attracting new audiences in an authentic and meaningful way, there will be a new primary logo that pays tribute to what Volunteer Athletics stands for. The Power T logo has stood as a primary icon for The University of Tennessee Athletics for over half a century. It signals a strong foundation that honors the tradition that has been built across decades of competition that creates distinction. The weight has been adjusted to maintain the powerful look and visual presence of the T, which will serve as the main identifying device for all programs.




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