Wales have agreed to a contract extension with Under Armour which will see the American firm supply apparel to the national team for another nine years. Under Armour first came on board as Welsh jersey manufacturers back in 2008, when they replaced Reebok, beating off competition from the likes of KooGa and Canterbury.
While their original deal was till 2011, Wales’ impressive RWC performance in New Zealand was enough for them to pen an extension. Continue reading →
Here is a nifty little post where you can see RWC 2015 shirts for all 20 participating nations. We’ve also compiled some additional stats regarding kit manufacturers. Nine different companies have made uniforms for RWC 2015. Continue reading →
These are the new Georgia RWC jerseys 2015, the Lelos’ new kits for the upcoming Rugby World Cup tournament. Made by Under Armour, the new Georgian RWC shirts were officially unveiled on August 31, 2015.
Georgia are in Group C for the 2015 tournament, along with defending champions New Zealand, Tonga, Argentina and Namibia. The Lelos beat Romania for their only victory at the 2011 tournament, and will be keen to give a good account of themselves at this tournament, with the likes of Mamuka Gorgodze expected to lead their campaign. Continue reading →
These are the new Wasps jerseys 2015/2016, London Wasps’ new uniforms for the upcoming AVIVA Premiership season. These are the first to be made by Under Armour as part of a new strip deal inked by the US manufacturer with the club.
The new Wasps rugby home shirt 2015/16 is in the club’s traditional black and gold colours, with white used for the club’s alternate/away strip.
The likes of George Smith and Ashley Johnson are here seen modelling the new Wasps UA kits Continue reading →
These are the new Wales RWC jerseys 2015, Wales’ new home and away tops for Rugby World Cup 2015. Warren Gatland’s side are in the Group of Death at this year’s RWC, with England, Australia and Fiji also in the same group as the Welsh.
The new Welsh RWC 2015 shirts have been made by Under Armour, and were officially unveiled on 8th August, 2015, on the eve of Wales’ friendly against Ireland. Continue reading →