Navy’s Under Armour Uniforms For The Army-Navy Game Are The Sickest Uniforms In College Football History

Every now and then we dabble in hyperbole here at BroBible. I hate to admit that, but it’s just a fact that *sometimes* we exaggerate things a lil’ bit. JUST A LITTLE BIT, THOUGH. Totally no big deal, guys.

That said, there is no hyperbole when I say that the Naval Academy’s Under Armour uniforms for the 2015 Army-Navy Game on December 12 are SICK. In fact, they might be the sickest uniforms I’ve seen in my years of covering the college football fashion show here at BroBible, where Nike, Adidas, and Under Armor constantly try to one-up each other.

For starters, each uniform includes the rally cry “damn the torpedoes!”, which is “a nod to Admiral Farragut’s historic Naval victory at the Battle of Mobile Bay in 1864,” according to the Navy.

Design Details:
• Uniform font replicates the design and font used on Navy ships.
• Battleship gray color featured on the cleats, baselayer sleeves and jersey shoulders.
• Eagle, Globe and Anchor Marine Corps logo highlighted on the uniform pant.
• Baselayer features the overhead sketch of the seven Naval ships featured on the helmets.
• “Damn the Torpedoes!” scripted on the uniform pant and jersey hem as a reminder of the historic battle cry that rallies the U.S. Naval Fleet.

There’s also some incredibly thoughtful history incorporated into the helmets, each featuring a different ship:

Helmet Details and Position Assignment:
• Linebacker: Cruiser- Provides anti-air defense and packs the biggest punch of Naval surface ships representative of the linebackers on the Navy football team.
• Defensive Back: Destroyer- Known for significant fire power, speed, and anti-missile defense as are Navy’s defensive backs.
• Wide Receiver: Submarine- Predominantly utilized as blockers, wide receivers play a key role in driving the Navy rush attack, taking on a stealth-like persona as they blend into the rhythm of the offense but bring significant fire power when called upon, just like a Naval submarine.
• Lineman: Amphibious Assault Ships- Just as a lineman’s job is the create a hole for a running back or linebacker, these ships are utilized to establish the “beach head” that enables the invading force to gain access and ultimately accomplish their objective.
• Quarterback: Aircraft Carrier- The QB of the Naval Fleet, the aircraft carrier is the ultimate decision maker; the “quick strike” weapon of the Naval fleet.
• Running Back: Littoral Combat Ship- Like running backs, these fast and nimble ships can navigate through both crowded shallow and deep waters.
• Kicker/Special Teams: Minesweeper- Much like the specific task of the Navy special teams, this small ship has a unique mission of identifying and eliminating mines.

Absolutely unreal. Best uniforms I’ve ever seen and last year’s Navy uniforms were epic.