Cheetahs’ new jersey

Cheetah JerseyPUMA has launched the new home and away jersey the Cheetahs will sport during the 2014 Vodacom Super Rugby season – and the design is all about speed.

The new jerseys have a chevron graphic treatment and run under PUMA’s “The Nature of Performance” campaign with the tagline: “The Nature of the Cheetahs: Zero to Try in the Blink of an Eye”. Besides the new racy look, the white home shirts and orange away shirts have a new fabric and better fit.

“PUMA is very proud to launch our second Cheetahs Super Rugby kit,” said PUMA South Africa’s Marketing Director Brett Bellinger. “PUMA would like to wish the team and management all the best for the coming Super Rugby season and hope they are able to build on their very strong performances in 2013.”

Kobus le Roux, Marketing and Sales Executive for the Cheetahs says, “The Cheetahs are extremely excited to start the new Super Rugby season in our new PUMA jerseys. PUMA has designed a jersey that captures the spirit and nature of the Cheetahs and we hope to achieve major successes in these new jerseys”.

Both home and away shirts will be in stores countrywide during the first week of February, and will retail for R649.2dff7e5b25124325887b5574e008ae096a80558f4a7f4fcda5179c4f0fda6066

 

 

 

 

 

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12 Comments on Cheetahs’ new jersey

  1. Yuck. What’s with the tire tread down the middle?
    Is that to show the treadmark from the Bulls get-away car after robbing the union of all its rising talent?

    I’d prefer them just going with the Currie Cup unis that i think are cool.

    This is terrible.

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  2. Jeez guys, maybe I am loosing touch here in Zambia but I think it is the best of them all, it is new it is in trend with spiking it up and it remains with the province main colours not like the Flou Koeie with their army shit which got nothing to do with Bulls rugby, or Stormers with that kak lighting

    I will actually buy this home one even though they are not my first choice team

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  3. @Jacques(Bunny):

    The home one is good looking. Again fair play to Puma for pushing the design brief a bit. The Bulls army kit is going to be the big seller this year and this should once and for all get the average SA supporter educated as to what replica gear is about and its value in Pro sport.

    Even the cost has been brought down (from R800 to R650) which is more in line with international standards – which will allow more people to buy the new jersey every year.

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  4. How long before these manufacturing
    arseholes gets hold of the Bok jersey?
    I guess when the money is right . . .
    There’s allready being fucked around with
    neon green.
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  5. Asics is the new Bok jersey sponsor that won the contract last year. Think it is till the next RWC… Asics tend to be very conservative.

    I must say Canterbury has pretty much remained very loyal to the Lions jersey.

    Whether the Lions do well or not is another thing but at least fans will know it’s the Lions…

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  6. Even if the Lions change their jerseys to neon purple, fans would still know which team is the Lions. They would just look for the team standing behind the poles, wondering how the hell they let through another try. :soek:
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