Nike unveiled the new and improved Kaizer Chief’s Away Jersey
The new kit introduces a new era of players who recently signed and committed to the Kaizer Chief breed of football brilliance. The loyal Chiefs fans found out this week what their heroes will be wearing on their new campaign.
And the wow factor? Each kit is made up of approximately 16 recycled plastic bottles. Nike has been partners with Kaizer Chiefs for 15 years now and has been incorporating recycled material into their products since 2010 – using more than 3 billion plastic bottles into wearable recycled polyester – enough to cover around 5,200 football fields. The kit is also made with Dri-FIT technology which draws sweat away from the body to the back, where it can quickly evaporate. This allows the players to remain cooler and drier for optimal performance.
The kit was designed to be a sustainable innovation through the use of recycled polyester, delivering unmatched performance and lower environmental impact.
The home kit will make its debut at their Carling Black Label Champion Cup match against Orlando Pirates on 29 July at the FNB Stadium.
The gold kit has a solid black stripe running down the sides of the jersey and shorts with another black half stripe at the back of the neck collar. The socks are gold with a black line pattern on the calf.
The Kaizer Chiefs kits will be available for purchase in Nike stores and Total Sports stores from the 25th July and exclusively at Kaizer Chiefs Retail Stores in Naturena and Tramshed Shopping Centre in Pretoria from the 22nd July.
For more information, visit www.kcdigistore.com
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