NZ v WI 2020: West Indies unveils new bold T20I jersey as countdown begins for T20 World Cup

West Indies players sport the new jersey in the New Zealand T20Is.

West Indies players in new T20I jersey | CWI

Cricket West Indies (CWI) on Saturday (November 21) unveiled the bold new T20 International kit for the West Indies men’s cricket team for the upcoming three-match T20I series against New Zealand starting on next Friday, 27th of November, in Auckland.

The new T20I jersey and training kits have been designed by official team kit supplier, Castore, revealed the West Indies cricket board on Saturday.

The brand-new team jersey features an eye-catching, contemporary maroon and yellow geometric pattern on the shirt front, with contrast maroon sleeves with the bold, vibrant colours and design are a trademark of the Men in Maroon.

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The new shirts are made with a premium and lightweight performance stretch fabric and available in both short and long sleeve versions. The same version is also made for the Women’s team.

West Indies, the defending and two-time men’s T20 World Champions, winning in 2012 in Sri Lanka and again in 2016 in India, will sport the new jersey for all T20I matches in the build-up to the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 in India.

Launching the new kit, Dominic Warne, CWI’s Commercial Director, stated: “We’re really excited for the new T20I shirt to debut with the West Indies Men’s team in New Zealand at the of the road to the ICC T20 World Cup. We know that fans will love the bold design and rally behind the #MenInMaroon for this Series and throughout 2021.”

The Director signed off by saying, “Castore have created a superb range of playing and training gear that have been in demand since launching prior to the Sandals Tour of England 2020 and we expect to see great demand from West Indies fans, the most passionate cricket fans in the world.”

(With CWI Inputs)


By Rashmi Nanda - 21 Nov, 2020

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