Munster Unveil New Alternate Jersey Set To Be Worn Against Scarlets This Weekend
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Munster have unveiled their new 2020/21 alternate kit which will be worn for the first time against Scarlets this weekend in their Guinness PRO14 season opener.
The new grey jersey takes its inspiration from the rocks of the Burren with a striking yellow trim on the sleeves and the neckline, which is embossed with ‘Stand Up And Fight’.
It is also an adidas Primeblue product. Primeblue is a high-performance recycled material made in part with Parley Ocean Plastic—upcycled plastic waste, intercepted on remote islands, beaches, coastal communities and shorelines, preventing it from polluting our ocean.
Products made with Primeblue use a minimum of 40% recycled content.
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“This jersey is inspired by our land and the Burren. The rocks and soil we sprung from.
“It’s a big part of the Munster story – that connection with the people and the place.
“It’s made of fully sustainable material to remind us where we’ve come from and where we’re going.
“Whether we’re in the red or the grey, we still bring the same passion.”
The new adidas jersey is available here for pre-order today, exclusively from Life Style Sports.
— Munster Rugby (@Munsterrugby) October 1, 2020