Texas A&M Football: Aggies' Transition to SEC Include Sharp New Uniforms

Barrett SalleeSEC Football Lead WriterJuly 12, 2012

Image Courtesy: Texas A&M / Adidas
Image Courtesy: Texas A&M / Adidas

It's a brave new world in College Station.

The Texas A&M Aggies are breaking in a new head coach, two new coordinators, both with new systems, joining a new conference and replacing a first round draft pick at quarterback.

So why not add new uniforms to the mix?

Texas A&M unveiled update uniforms on Thursday. The new threads, which are designed by Adidas and called Lone Star TECHFIT uniforms, pay tribute to the football program's rich history and depict A&M's bright future in the SEC.

The new uniforms feature a double stripe going down the shoulder, a new "ATM" logo which is outlined by the state of Texas on the side of the pants and an updated look to the numbers.

They look sharp.

I could do without the double stripe down the shoulder, but it's not a deal-breaker. The new logo looks sharp and the gloves that create the state of Texas outline when put together is a nice touch.

It's a season of change in College Station, and the new uniforms are just another indicator of that.