Orlando Pirates and adidas have uncovered the Club's home and away kit for the 2020/21 season, with the two jerseys getting a striking and current update.
One of the huge changes this season is that the Club's customary identification has been supplanted with the skull and crossbones symbol on the two shirts. The away unit specifically makes certain to get fans talking, with its striking orange colourway. It's the first run through in the club's set of experiences this shading is being utilized, and it's viewed as an outflow of certainty and vibrance that mirrors the group's soul.
The new unit remains consistent with Pirates' notable high contrast hues, with the home shirt in all dark, with white stripes on the shoulder and a white slipover.
The strong orange of the away pullover is done off with the exemplary three dark adidas stripes on the shoulders.
Proceeding with the modernisation of the Club's exemplary iconography, the home shirt highlights AEROREADY, an innovation that wicks sweat away, leaving players dry and open to during exercise.
Notwithstanding the unit uncover, adidas delivered an Orlando Pirates #ReadyForSport video, described by new marking and public commander, Thulani Hlatshwayo, where he discusses what it intends to him to join the Buccaneers. The new pack will be seen on-field unexpectedly during the initial few days of the 2020/2021 PSL season.
"The striking plan of our new pack shows that we're continually advancing and developing as a club, while holding our unmistakable visual personality and logo. The outcome is a unit that keeps the conventions that are woven into our legacy and DNA, while flagging a new period for South Africa's most-adored group," said Thandi Merafe, Media Officer of Orlando Pirates Football Club.
Weave Maphosa, Sports Marketing Manager for adidas South Africa stated, "Orlando Pirates is a club that represents development and certainty, while remaining consistent with its foundations. We zeroed in on carrying exceptional components to each unit, for example, the notable skull and crossbones and utilizing orange without precedent for the club's set of experiences."
The new Orlando Pirates unit will be accessible for pre-requesting from September 29th, online at piratesshop.co.za and available to be purchased from October eighth, 2020 at adidas.co.za, adidas idea stores and at chose sports retailers the nation over at a retail cost of R799.
For more info: follow the @OrlandoPirates @adidasZA @adidasfootball discussion on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
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