Ospreys Rugby will have a startling new look ahead of this evening’s battle with Leicester Tigers at the Bridgend Ford Brewery Field.
This is the first time that a senior Ospreys team has taken to the field kitted out in Canterbury.
230,000 years in the making, the new alternate jersey comes in the traditional Ospreys white with black trim, and features a heavy ‘bedrock’ hoop design sublimated across the body, depicting the historic foundations of Ospreylia.
Supporters will be able to show their colours at tonight’s game by snapping up the new shirt at the Liberty Stadium Club Shop from 10am on Friday morning and at the home of Bridgend Ravens from 5.30pm. The new alternate jersey is also available to buy right now at shop.ospreysrugby.com or canterbury.com.
The jersey features the very latest in rugby technology to create a tougher, stronger, yet more comfortable fit:
The eagerly awaited 2017/18 home jersey will be unveiled on Sunday 20th August ahead of the Canterbury Cup clash between Ospreys and Bath at the Liberty Stadium.
The new away jersey is available to by at the Liberty Stadium Club Shop from 10am today and online at shop.ospreysrugby.com now, in children sizes 6-14 years (£48) and adult S-4XL (£60).
Season members, don’t forget you get 10 per cent discount instore and online.
Thermoreg technology is employed to encourage thermal regulation, ideal for cold training sessions on the field.
VapoDri features throughout the range, designed to wick moisture away from the body and maintain core temperature throughout gruelling workouts.
Vaposhield offers crucial water resistance and quick-dry technology to aid both comfort and training performance.
Canterbury has been committed to the game of rugby for 113 years and has previously provided playing shirts to the New Zealand and Australia teams. It is currently team kit supplier to England Rugby and Ireland Rugby as well as Bath Rugby and Leinster.
Canterbury are the official apparel partner for the British and Irish Lions New Zealand tour in 2017.
Canterbury were the Official Sportswear Supplier for Rugby World Cup 2015 and were seen on Officials and the England, Ireland, Japan and Namibia rugby teams.
In addition to its rugby union pedigree, Canterbury is proud supplier of two NRL sides, the Vodafone Warriors and the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and will be the official supplier to the 2017 Rugby League World Cup.
Canterbury has been a keen supporter of grassroots and development level rugby for many years and currently supplies playing apparel to hundreds of school and club sides throughout the UK.
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