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Warriors unveil new uniforms for 2011

    Bryant Moniz, left, and Royce Pollard model the UH football team’s new uniforms on Thursday at the UH Athletics Office in Manoa.

The going rate for swag is about $300 a set.

"When you look good, you feel good, and you play good," Hawaii head coach Greg McMackin said of the Warriors’ new football jerseys and pants.

Available in black and white, the uniforms feature a kapa design on the shoulders and the back of the legs. UH athletic director Jim Donovan said the kapa design received "the support" from UH’s School of Hawaiian Knowledge.

"Most football pants have the seam down the side," said Brian Calabrese of Under Armour, which designed and manufactured the uniforms. "What we did was move it to the back so it works more with your natural anatomy of running."

There are three different cuts — a very short sleeve for quarterbacks; a snug fit for receivers, running backs, defensive backs and linebackers, and a two-way-stretch fit for linemen.

"There’s more mobility for your arm," quarterback Bryant Moniz said.

Royce Pollard added: "The designs are nice. It’ll turn your swag up."


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