Wisconsin Badgers Unveil Player-Designed Alternate Uniforms

The Wisconsin men’s basketball program unveiled new alternate uniforms on Thursday evening that were designed by seniors Brad Davidson, Aleem Ford, Micah Potter and D’Mitrik Trice.

The off-white Under Armour jerseys feature “Wisconsin Badgers” spelled out in a slanted cursive font and asymmetrical stripes down the right side. That carries over to the shorts, which prominently display an oversized “W” encompassed within a circle.

That logo, which made an appearance on fauxback uniforms worn by the football team in 2019, can also be seen below the back collar. The look is complete with a matching number font, the Motion “W” on the waistband and the university crest on the right shoulder, which notably includes a black “W” as a show of support, inclusion and unity. 

It’s unclear when Wisconsin will wear the alternate uniforms, though the Badgers are set to host Louisville in the final game of the ACC-Big Ten Challenge on Saturday afternoon (12 p.m. ET on ESPN2). 

Photos courtesy of @BadgerMBB on Twitter.