ASU football officially releases new Adidas 'Desert Ice' uniforms

The Sun Devils will wear the new uniforms for their season opener vs. Texas A&M

Houston just got icy.

ASU football and Adidas released their new "Desert Ice" uniforms Thursday morning, revealing the much-hyped debut for the apparel company with the Sun Devils.

The uniforms will be worn for ASU's season opener against Texas A&M at NRG Stadium in Houston on Sept. 5.

ASU's new look was teased Wednesday night, revealing the inverse of the Sun Devils' much-heralded "Desert Fuel" Nike uniforms it wore against Notre Dame in 2014.

The all-white look features a white helmet with an enlarged copper pitchfork with black detailing and copper "ASU" lettering on the front. The jersey itself is all white, with "Arizona State" written in black with copper outline and copper numbers with black outline. The jersey, like all ASU looks, also features the "PT42" patch on the collar and has copper "devil horns" on the sleeves. 

The apparel company release the new ASU base uniforms on July 30, the first look at ASU's uniforms after agreeing to a eight-year, $33.8 million contract in November.

ASU has said it will be releasing "multiple" alternates during the season, but has not released any dates for future reveals.

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