VIDEO: Oregon's 'White Vapor' Nike uniforms for the USC game

By Chip Patterson | College Football/Basketball Writer
A preview of Oregon's "White Vapor" uniforms for Saturday's game against USC. (

Nike, adidias, and Under Armour have all been pulling out all the stops for these highly-publicized conference rivalries, and it should come as no surprise that Oregon will be debuting a new look, "White Vapor," when it takes the field against USC on Saturday.

The video comes to us courtesy of US Nike Football, and highlights the the technology around the lightweight, state-of-the-art Nike Pro Combat uniforms. The Ducks have seemingly limitless uniform combinations, so it is interesting to see them break out arguably their simplest look on the biggest stage. Check the video for a full explanation on the technology and preview of what the pants, tops, helmet combo looks like on a virtual DeAnthony Thomas.

(NOTE: Virtual DeAnthony Thomas is just as terrifying as real-life De'Anthony Thomas, though I'd still take the real model in a foot race.)

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