March Madness is just around the corner, and adidas is hooking six schools up with custom uniforms for the postseason. Baylor, California-Los Angeles, and Louisville will be wearing custom variations of the short sleeve uniform system, which was debuted by the Golden State Warriors earlier this month. Meanwhile, Cincinnati, Kansas, and Notre Dame will be equipped with customized versions of the traditional sleeveless jerseys.

Not only are the jerseys eye-catching, but they're hooked up with adidas technology to enhance performance. Formotion tech offers mobility during shooting and dribbling, while the armhole inserts have 360-degree stretch fabric which allows a free range of motion. Also implemented into the uniforms are Revolution 30 and ClimaCool tech, which combine to push heat and moisture away from the player's body, ensuring that the jersey remains dry and light during sweaty games.

Teams will break out these custom looks during conference tournaments on March 13-17, and fans can pick up the uniforms from adidas and campus bookstores.

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