December 17, 2022 | News | No Comments
IRELAND’S RUGBY WORLD CUP jersey is officially launched today — and kit makers Canterbury have released the first pictures of the strip.
And it’s a simple, classic look with no bells or whistles.
Apart from the addition of the Rugby World Cup badge on the right breast, the most obvious change is the decision to do away with the collar.
The white trim around the neck remains, although the v-neck appears to be more of a ‘v’ than the previous, rounder version.
If the design looks familiar, it’s essentially the exact same as the England kit which Canterbury also made — though that’s hardly surprising.
The official launch takes place in Galway later today.
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