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Re: New Kit

Kingfisher 29 Jul 2020 13:24 pm said..

covglaws wrote:Wouldn't imagine lockdown and the postponement of the season helped much though.


To be fair they had them 50% off at some point in November. I know this because I bought one as a present for somebody for xmas - which is generally when everything should be full whack.
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Re: New Kit

Face 30 Jul 2020 09:32 am said..

New off field kit launched for next season:

https://www.eliteprosports.co.uk/shop/g ... ster-rugby

The traditionalists will be happy with the Cherry, White and Black color scheme!

Most wont be happy paying £32 for a T-Shirt though or £28 for a Singlet (Vest!)
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Re: New Kit

King Prawn Bhuna 30 Jul 2020 09:39 am said..

Without being rude...that does look like more of the same....nothing that screams ‘ I want one’....
I'd love to agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong....
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Re: New Kit

The Vic 30 Jul 2020 09:45 am said..

Not sure there has been to much change, but Face is right I'm one of those that think its over priced
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Re: New Kit

Allez Glaws 30 Jul 2020 10:49 am said..

If they hadn't said this was new kit I wouldn't have noticed. Hoping for a much improved home shirt!
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Re: New Kit

MrGlawsRocker 30 Jul 2020 12:22 pm said..

its... crap. Sorry but its missing something, bland would be being nice.

The cherry and white edging on the sleeves is a good idea, the fact they did not add it to the bottom if the tee and include a secondary colour withing the main body of the shirt shows a lack of imagination nor enthusiasm to these designs.
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Re: New Kit

JC 30 Jul 2020 12:28 pm said..

Face wrote:Most wont be happy paying £32 for a T-Shirt though or £28 for a Singlet (Vest!)


Not like it's Canterbury/Nike/Adidas/Samurai/Kukri/Under Armour, etc, either - would expect those prices for those brands. But £32 for an Oxen T-shirt?! Hardly a sporting brand that's firmly established. A bit of realism is what's needed for these prices methinks...
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Re: New Kit

DieTrying 30 Jul 2020 13:00 pm said..

Tbf, it's very bland. Their designers are paid too much as little or no thought has been put into the colour schemes, design "extras", etc.
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Re: New Kit

Edd_Wilts 30 Jul 2020 13:36 pm said..

– Made from a new lightweight performance fabric. Allowing for a softer feel with high durability. Helps keep you comfortable and dry.

Or 100% Polyester - Would be nice to have a cotton option for the real world - Polyester tops tend to snag at the earliest possible chance and look a little shabby.....and the show the boobs through the top :( :( :(

Am guessing that players tops have to be the lightest weight.
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Re: New Kit

kentishglaws 30 Jul 2020 13:44 pm said..

I won’t really care about the training range if the new playing shirt is nice. The pricing is extortionate for a very little known brand, think they’ve missed a trick there.
Just give us cherry and white hoops and a change shirt that isn’t a hideous colour like peppermint
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