This football uniform design was worn at home by the North Texas Mean Green during the 2013 season. It was worn only once, against the Idaho Vandals on August 31, 2013. The uniform was created by Nike and we currently have 10 North Texas Mean Green uniforms in our database on Uniform Critics. Take a look at the other uniforms for this team and let us know which one is your favorite by rating them and leaving comments.
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The new “centennial” North Texas Football uniform was officially debuted as a special combination to celebrate 100 years of Mean Green football. Rather than a traditional throwback though, the uniform is a composite, combining aesthetic elements from several different eras of UNT gear.
The green jersey is both the style and shade that the Mean Green wore in the 1960s, sitting above green-double-striped white pants.
The helmet, meanwhile, opts for a white paint-job, honoring the North Texas teams from the 1950s through 1967 who wore that color. Adorning it is the lime green logo affectionately dubbed the “Flying Worm,” a nod to the teams from 1973 to 1982 who wore that mark and color.
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