New UF gator-like skin football uniforms raising some eyebrows

LOOK: Florida will wear green uniforms for the first time ever vs. Texas A&M

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The whole uniform will utilize Nike's "Vapor Untouchable" technology, which the athletic apparel company's design director of National Football League and NCAA apparel Nate Retzlaff describes as creating a "shrink-wrap fit, resulting in fewer grab points for the opposing team".

This will be the first time in school history that the Gators stray from their signature orange and blue look.

For the record, the jersey is described as "swamp green" and "covered in a tonal gator print".

The trousers are solid swamp green with a TPU Gator logo patch on the hip while the socks are swamp green Vapor Grip socks.

And, of course, what custom uniform is complete without special shoes?

The Gators will wear an alternative "swamp green" uniform created to look like the scaly skin of an alligator. I think it's safe to say that this new look blows that out of the water and this is definitely one of the most shocking uniforms that you will see on a football field. A swamp green t-Shirt and hat with Gatorhead logo are available for purchase.

Kickoff between the Florida Gators and Texas A&M Aggies at the Ben Hill Griffin Stadium aka "the Swamp" is set for 7 p.m. ET Saturday.

"'The Swamp' is a place where only Gators get out alive", Spurrier said.

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