The Wisconsin Badgers currently have a uniform contract with Adidas. We have 13 basketball uniforms in our database for the Wisconsin Badgers 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.



Another squad in the Big Ten with a red and white tradition, Wisconsin’s basketball uniforms have remained somewhat classic during the Bo Ryan era but the Badgers have let Adidas try a few alternate styles in recent years.

The Badgers’ current style includes an arched “WISCONSIN” wordmark on their home and away jerseys with a contrasting, stylized neckline. Numerals are a solid white or red depending on where the Badgers play and the school’s primary “W” logo is located on the side panels within stripes on each knee.

Historically, Wisconsin has donned white uniforms with red accents in Madison. In 2013 against Nebraska, Wisconsin joined several other Adidas-sponsored programs and took part in the three stripes’ “Bleed-Out” uniform campaign, a one-tone disaster.

The Badgers’ all-white threads were free of stripes or piping and the team’s white wordmark and numerals were outlined in red. The Huskers donned the inverse, red-on-red with white outline. On the gridiron, Wisconsin has given Adidas almost complete control and was one of several schools to debut TechFit uniforms in 2012.

In 2010, Wisconsin ended its licensing agreement with Nike as a result of sweat-shop conditions at two factories in Honduras. The Badgers threatened Adidas with a similar dismissal in 2012 when the university learned of the three stripes brand failing to make severance payments to workers at a factory in Indonesia.