Combat the cold and represent your Jayhawks at the same time with this Kansas Jayhawks Top of the World Womens Blue Firn Knit Hat! This KU Jayhawks Womens Knit Hat features a team logo embroidered on front, so now everyone will know how much you love your Jayhawks. Rock Chalk Jayhawk!
Despite the Jayhawk being widely used for years, fans weren't sure what one looked like. Henry Maloy, a cartoonist for the student newspaper, brought the Jayhawk to life with his iconic drawing of the school's mascot. According to Maloy, he gave the Jayhawk logo shoes "for kicking opponents." Other popular names for the 1912 Jayhawk include Sexy Legs, Centennial Jay and Skinny Legs. Unique Characteristics of this Logo include: Only logo to exclude the KU monogram; the bird resembles the outline of a flamingo with its skinny legs and compact torso.