The Mizzou Tigers currently have a uniform contract with Nike. We have 6 basketball uniforms in our database for the Mizzou Tigers 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.

UNIFORM HISTORY

Nike unveiled a bold uniform redesign in 2012 for Missouri’s football, basketball, soccer and volleyball teams before coming full circle in 2013 for baseball.

Missouri’s “Oval Tiger” graphic replaces the traditional block M that first appeared in 1971.

According to swoosh executives, “Missouri’s men’s basketball uniform is a pound lighter. The old jersey weighed 14 ounces and the shorts 17 ounces, and the new jersey is 8 ounces and the shorts are 7 ounces.”

Before Nike completed its 18-month rebranding project in Columbia, the Tigers had previously used 16 different shades of gold across all sports. Nike now has a standard hue and introduced anthracite (gray) as an accent color.

“MIZZOU” is the wordmark of choice on current Nike threads at home and on the road. The Tigers have the option of wearing white or gold uniforms at home with black being the road primary. Nike also introduced a new font called “Mizzou Bold” that features slanting serifs to mimic the attacking tiger logo’s pinned-back ears.

The Tigers’ uniforms also include the swoosh’s new Aerographic designs on the backs of jerseys. On Missouri’s black option, dark gray slashes instead of white and gold can be side on side panels. The team’s “MIZZOU” wordmark and numerals are black outlined in gold.

The program’s new primary logo — the oval Tiger — is placed at each knee on the side panels of shorts.