Louisville has released their adidas Primeknit A1 ‘Hard Knox’ alternate uniform, that we will see hit the field on November 17th against. The uniform was inspired by the Kentucky army base and pays homage to both the home of the U.S. Bullion Depository, one of the nation’s largest precious mineral reserves, as well as the historical site’s military past. The uni is an all red theme with gold flakes in the fabric. Additional details are found with a watermarked tribute to the original Louisville flag on the sides of the jersey. This subtle design includes three Fleur-de-lis symbols on the left panel and a circle of 13 stars on the right panel. These elements are meant to symbolize the 13 states that existed when they city of Louisville was founded in 1778, as well as honor King Louis XVI, for whom the city was named after France’s military support during the American Revolution.