The University Of Arizona Unveiled Patriotic Boner-Inducing Uniforms Honoring Pearl Harbor And The U.S.S. Arizona

The University of Arizona football team just unveiled their friggity fresh tribute uniforms they’ll rock on September 17th against Hawaii, which honor Pearl Harbor and the U.S.S. Arizona battleship.

During the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7 1941, the U.S.S. Arizona, a 600+, $16 million ship, was bombed by way of a detonation in a powder magazine. The ship was torn apart recklessly, killing 1,177 officers and crewmen. The Arizona was one of the few ships during the attacks on Pearl Harbor that was beyond repair.

The uniform’s detail is incredible–consisting of sentimental badges and strategically placed throughout. Check out the detail graphic below.

[h/t CBS Sports]

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