As conference tournaments begin to get underway, adidas has unveiled their Made in March collection of uniforms that select teams will during tournament season.

adidas' goal is to provide each team with the most advanced uniform system and basketball apparel technology available. Following the increasing trend of sleeved jerseys, Baylor, UCLA, Cincinnati and Louisville will wear short-sleeved jerseys for the postseason. Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Notre Dame, Tennessee and Wisconsin will wear the more traditional sleeveless jerseys.

The Made in March uniforms feature the quick-drying jersey technology currently found in today's NBA uniforms. The shorts come equipped with a functional perforated print pattern along the leg of the stretch woven short to enhance breathability and ventilation.

All jerseys have school-realted mantras printed on the inside color, as a means of school spirit. Schools like Baylor, UCLA and Indiana will be outfitted in alternate colors exclusively designed for March Madness.

The Made in March collection will make its on-court debut the conference championships and are available on


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