All Blacks Unveil Rugby World Cup Jersey & Stunning Training Range
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adidas and New Zealand Rugby have paid homage to both Maori and Japanese cultures, with the unveiling today of a stunning new All Blacks jersey for Rugby World Cup 2019.
Designed by Y-3, the collaboration label between adidas and legendary Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto, the jersey was launched at a breakfast event in Auckland on Monday 1 July.
As with previous Rugby World Cup jerseys, the RWC trophy is embossed on the right sleeve acknowledging the All Blacks’ Rugby World Cup successes in 1987, 2011 and 2015. The RWC2019 logo is on the right of the chest, which sees the adidas badge move to the centre of the jersey.
The replica jersey, as well as the training range and supporters gear, will be available for fans to purchase from 1 July, including the All Blacks RWC2019 singlet, performance tee, polo shirt, replica RWC jersey and RWC high-performance jersey.
REVEALED! @adidas All Blacks Rugby World Cup jersey.
— All Blacks (@AllBlacks) June 30, 2019