The Hog logo on the helmet is the one that was used on the helmet in the 1964 championship season.
Larger numbers on the front and back with no nameplate on the back.
One noticable change is the addition of the large numbers on the back of the helmet, replicating that of the 1964 helmet.
The pants are white with a double cardinal striping down the sides.
The most successful coach in the history of Arkansas led his Razorbacks to the school's lone national championhip in 1964. As a head football coach, Broyles compiled a record of 144-58-5 at Arkansas and was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1983
One of three coaches to win both a college football national championship and a Super Bowl title, Johnson capped his collegiate playing career as a guard on the Razorbacks' national championship team. Johnson was the head coach at Oklahoma State before guiding Miami to a national crown and the Cowboys to two Super Bowl rings.
A guard on the national championship team, Jones has continued his tradition of excellence as the owner of the Dallas Cowboys. Jones has guided the Cowboys to three Super Bowl titles. His substantial contributions to Razorback athletics inlcude a gift that enabled the construction of the U of A football museum in the Broyles Center.
A sophomore wingback on the 1964 squad, Lindsey is still making contributions to the Razorback program. A highly successful realtor in Arkansas, Lindsey served on the UA Board of Trustees.
One of two UA players to win the Outland trophy, Phillips went on to a professional football career with George Halas and the Chicago Bears, after playing tackle for the Razorbacks. Phillips was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1992.
A two-time All-Southwest Conference defensive tackle, Jim Williams was an instrumental part of the most prolific winning streak in Razorback football history. He earned 10 tackles against Nebraska in the Cotton Bowl to help Arkansas clinch an undefeated season and the 1964 national championship.
A key component on the national championship team, Hatfield led the nation in punt returns while playing defensive back for the Razorbacks. He later returned as the team's head coach from 1984-89.
Named a first-team All-Southwest Conference selection at both center and linebacker during his senior campaign, Caveness helped Arkansas to the 1964 national championship. Drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in 1965, Caveness spent time with the Oilers and Patriots.
A captain on the 1964 championship team, Lamb was a sure-handed receiver in the golden era of Razorback football. Named All-Southwest Conference in his junior and senior seasons, Lamb led the Hogs in touchdown receptions three times.