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ICC CWC'19: India's orange jersey unveiled; see pics

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Jun 28, 2019, 6:58 pm IST
Updated Jun 28, 2019, 7:00 pm IST
The away kit is designed to enhance dynamic movements and modern requirement of the sport and the athletes.
The need for an alternative jersey arose after International Cricket Council (ICC) issued a guideline before the start of the Word Cup. (Photo: Nike India)
 The need for an alternative jersey arose after International Cricket Council (ICC) issued a guideline before the start of the Word Cup. (Photo: Nike India)

Mumbai: Nike have officially unveiled the orange jersey which India will be sporting against England on June 30 in ICC World Cup 2019.

“Team India will debut its first-ever Away Kit in Birmingham on 30th June 2019. The ODI and Away Kit designs launched this year are inspired by the young new generation of India and the fearless spirit of the national teams," Nike said in a statement.

 

"Similar to the recently launched ODI Kit, the away kit is designed to enhance dynamic movements and modern requirement of the sport and the athletes."

"While the new engineered mesh and strategically placed sweat zones help enhanced breathability for the team on the field, new placket construction, the flex crest, garment cut angles and slash taping all add to making the new jersey lighter, more breathable and helps the athletes be agile on the field."

"The new total orange and blue coloured Away Kits also moves away from a traditional silhouette to using new innovative cut lines alongside dynamic material combinations to emphasise a Multi-dimensional Slash Design and Movement approach," added Nike.

The need for an alternative jersey arose after International Cricket Council (ICC) issued a guideline before the start of the Word Cup, requiring teams to have two different uniforms for all its televised tournaments except hosts England.

"For televised ICC events all participating teams will be required to provide for two different coloured kits, except for the host country who has a preference in the choice of colour and may, if it chooses to do so, provide only one coloured kit to be worn in all matches throughout the event. In advance of the event the teams will be notified which coloured kit will be worn in each match," the ICC had said in a release.

Out of the 10 nations competing at the World Cup in England and Wales, eight nations will have alternate jerseys, according to ICC regulations for this tournament.

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