Hawaii Football to Bring Back Old-School ‘Rainbow Warriors’ Uniforms for Saturday’s Game vs. San Diego State (Video)


November 14, 2013

The University of Hawaii football team officially changed its name back to the Rainbow Warriors this season, but through the first nine games, green and black have been the only colors represented on the field at Aloha Stadium.

That’ll change on Saturday, when Hawaii celebrates “Retro Night” by bringing back one of the most unique uniforms in college football history.

The unis, modeled after what the squad wore back in the 1960s, will feature rainbow patterns on the shoulders, pants, socks and gloves, as well as a patch of the team’s throwback logo on the left hip.

The fresh threads may not translate into success on the field, but they really can’t hurt. At 0-9, the Rainbow Warriors are one of just five FBS teams without a win this season.

Check out the throwbacks in the video below.

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