The Marquette Golden Eagles currently have a uniform contract with Jordan Brand. We have 9 basketball uniforms in our database for the Marquette Golden Eagles and are working to add more to Uniform Critics. Feel free to contact us with any uniform designs for this team that we may be missing.


Marquette transitioned from Converse into Nike’s Jordan Brand in 2009 when famous alum Dwyane Wade did so with the Miami Heat.

Since the switch, sneakerheads may have noticed the Golden Eagles’ feet more than their uniforms which haven’t changed much over the last four seasons. Every year, Jordan Brand gives Marquette four different team-colored models of top-selling Nike signature footwear to play in for the season then unveils more player exclusives during March Madness.

The Golden Eagles’ current alternating stripes on the sides of their uniforms gives Marquette its own unique look on the hardwood. Under Jordan Brand, they’ve incorporated light blue (no surprise given Jordan’s allegiance) and yellow into their scheme as one-color alternate options.

Basic white home threads and navy on the road are still available as well. It wasn’t until the late 2000s that the Golden Eagles actually started using its secondary colors — powder blue and yellow — as main looks.

In the past, Marquette’s uniforms have been white and navy-based with yellow trim. Marquette unveiled a light blue camouflage uniforms with dark blue and gold accents in 2012 against Ohio State during their game aboard the USS Yorktown in Charleston S.C. as part of the Carrier Classic.

Marquette’s multi-colored side panels are an ode to the “bumblebee” style uniforms of 1970. The black and yellow striped threads were banned by the NCAA the following season for their “psychedelic effect” on opponents.