BALTIMORE (WJZ) — When Navy takes the field against Army Saturday, they’ll do it in style.
With new custom uniforms from Under Armour.
Linh Bui gives us a sneak peek.
The first Navy jack used during the American Revolution and global war on terror.
It’s what’s inspired the custom uniforms the Navy football team will wear when they take on Army.
Check it out — the Under Armour “Don’t Tread On Me” uniform.
The red and white stripes of the flag appear on the shoulders, knees and gloves.
On the helmet a new N-star logo with red and white stripes and a rattlesnake.
From head to toe the patriotic theme continues down to the shoes.
“Pretty dope! We were pretty hyped after we got to see them after the South Alabama game,” said junior quarterback Keenan Reynolds. “We were pretty excited in the locker room. Got a big win. And got to see those sweet uniforms.”
“I love them. They’re nice!,” said senior fullback Noah Copeland. ” They’re the best uniforms I think I’ve ever worn here.”
If you look good, you feel good — and that could translate into a victory for Navy.
Under Armour has been outfitting Navy’s athletic teams since July 2014.
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