Maryland White Ops Uniform

The University of Maryland Terps will be wearing White Ops uniforms as they battle Johns Hopkins on Saturday. The team has never worn these White customs before, but they did don Black Ops unis in a win against Loyola.

Under Armour design revolves around the 500/50/5 concept, revealing a new aspect of the uniform from each distance. From 500ft, the White Ops jersey and shorts unveils the subtle Maryland flag design, creating the first impression. From 50ft, fans notice that the design carries into the custom helmet wrap, and at 5ft, a distinct Maryland-inspired pattern, called “Maryflage,” is reveled inside of the numbers.

Complete with custom UA Player II gloves featuring matching White Ops tonal graphics, the Terps are taking the field with the Pride of Maryland on their backs.

Stay tuned for more info on the helmet wraps the Hardshells will be wearing. Click here for more info on rivalry.

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