For nearly two decades, Oregon football has elevated the standard when it comes to college football uniforms.
This Saturday against UCLA at Autzen Stadium, the bar will get raised even higher as the program announced it will dawn the "Oregon Ohana" uniforms via a promotional video featuring freshman linebacker Noah Sewell.
(Ohana means family, as anyone who grew up wearing out their VHS copy of Lilo and Stitch remembers.)
The uniforms clearly take inspiration from Polynesian culture and were designed with the help of Sig Zane Designs, a company started by Hawaiian native Sig Zane and his wife Nalani Kanakaole.
"Their mission was to educate and share what they knew about their culture," says the company's website. "Today their stories continue with every product and performance. Their son Kūhaʻo carries the torch further into the next generation."
Oregon football has been teasing the reveal all week and it delivered.
The Oregon Ducks have plenty of Polynesian football players and have recruited players from Hawai'i nearly every cycle. It's no surprise the program would want to highlight and pay homage to the culture.
Oregon will dawn them on ESPN2 at 12:30 p.m. PT when the Ducks host the UCLA Bruins on Saturday, November 21st.