Navy will wear awesome uniforms against Army this year

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Navy will wear probably the coolest looking alternate helmets any school will wear all year when it takes the field against its longtime rival Army on Dec. 8 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

Thanks to the Navy Equipment Manager Twitter account, the world got a glance at the uniforms it will wear three weeks from now Sunday. The uniforms will feature the school’s name in block letters with a unique block number underneath. The collar and shoulders have navy blue coloring with gold piping. The collar also features a Navy crest.

The team will wear solid white pants with a white belt, black Nike Socks and Nike navy blue and white shoes with black laces. It appears that the Navy crest is on the tongue of the shoe as well.

Navy will wear awesome Nike undershirts that feature an updated version of the “Don’t Tread On Me” logo in red and white with the infamous snake in gold and black.

The coolest part about the uniforms is the helmets. The helmets are primarily white with a gold stripe and navy blue undertones. The gold stripe really pops out. There is a Navy anchor used as the decal for the helmets on both sides. TV numbers are featured on the back, right side of the helmet in bold white.

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