November 25th, 2015 at 1:19 PM ^

To me, it looks like a clean, solid white jersey with clean maize numbers, outlined in ungaudy blue.

EDIT: Now that I look more closely, there is a diamond-like off-white-on-white pattern on the sides.  The best thing about the pattern is that it is hardly noticable.  Give some designer his year-end bonus for that but don't attract my attention to it.

Wolverine Devotee

November 25th, 2015 at 11:42 AM ^

Love em. MBB's generally had good alternates.

Recently has been pretty bad with the tribal pattern shortz and the cummerbund shortz last year, but the 1989 throwbacks were great, the Wolverines tournament uniforms were great, the Cazzie era uniforms were great and the Bleed Outs were spectacular.

Mainly because our top-3 team rocked them.

Everyone Murders

November 25th, 2015 at 11:43 AM ^

These are great - Adidas is like your ex being super nice to you in a desperate attempt to make you re-think the break-up.  These are so much better-looking than the tire tracks unis.

They remind me of the football team's road whites, too.  While I'd like that to be a 2015 thing only (I prefer the maize pants), I like the consistency across sports.

Mr. Yost

November 25th, 2015 at 12:12 PM ^

Is make the piping on the shorts match the trim on the jersey...don't like how it's skinnier on the shorts.

Do that, and keep these jersyes forever. Make a maize and a navy version.

Just modernize the cut of the jersey like the top NIKE schools did last year...

Please MJ, please give us the throwback traditional Cazzie's with a modern technology cut and material! Please!

Mr. Yost

November 25th, 2015 at 12:15 PM ^

Not sure. And in (NHL) hockey I believe it's flipped a few times on which you wear at home and which you wear on the road - I could be wrong.

Also, some football teams (LSU/S. Carolina) wear white at home rather than on the road...which is why it was weird when LSU hosted S. Carolina because they had to wear their road (dark) uniforms while playing in their home stadium - even though most teams wear dark at home.

UM Fan from Sydney

November 25th, 2015 at 12:27 PM ^

It has definitely flipped in the NHL. Back in the 90s and maybe even early 00s, the Red Wings wore white at home and red on the road; now it is reversed and has been that way for some time now.

I'm just saying that the non-white jersey always features the most prominent colors of a team and wearing white goes against that. To me, you want to feature your prominent colors at home and that is why I wish Michigan would wear their blue uniforms when playing at the Crisler Center.

Mr. Yost

November 25th, 2015 at 12:04 PM ^

I'll even take them over the maize road tracks uni's.

Can't we just get a plain maize version of these with navy numbers...and a plain navy version of these with maize numbers?

All 3 would be better than what we're currently wearing.