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UNIFORM HISTORY

A fearsome Beaver and hot uniforms.

Nike’s Corvallis redesign in 2013 included fierce details for Oregon State and modernized apparel for the school’s sports teams. Swoosh luminaries Tinker Hatfield and Todd Van Horne teamed up for the overhaul that included a series of new fonts and designs.

Metallic bronze was added as an accent color to compliment Oregon State’s well-established orange, black and white.

The Beavers joined the recent trend of Aerographic designs on the backs of Hyper Elite uniforms and splashed a black “OSU” wordmark across all-orange alternates. On its home whites trimmed in black and orange, Oregon State opted for a “BEAVERS” wordmark without arm stripes or a contrasting neck collar.

The Beavers are the second Nike-sponsored team for the 2013-14 season that’ll have three different wordmarks on their home, road and alternate jersey options with USC being the other. Shorts feature two stylistic stripes that meet at the knee revealing the school’s updated “Beaver” logo.

Prior to the switch, Oregon State went several years in wide-striped uniforms designed by the swoosh with an “OREGON STATE” wordmark. Black, orange and white uniforms have been at the program throughout Nike’s reign, but the Beavers brought out an all-turquoise get up with team-colored accents during the 2010-11 season to promote Nike’s “N7” campaign.

The N7 movement is focused on creating awareness for the need to bring access to sport for Native American and Aboriginal youth as a means to improve their lives and create a positive impact in the community. Uniforms featured Nike’s Elite Fit design which significantly reduces the width of jerseys for lightweight performance.