All Blacks Adidas Rugby World Cup Jersey Unveiled!
According to the All Blacks website, the new adidas jersey was unveiled at a function in Auckland and is considered as the most technically advanced All Blacks jersey ever created. Â Â The design was developed with input from All Blacks management and senior players. There is a Rugby World Cup Â trophy is embossed on the right sleeve of the jersey acknowledging the All Blacksâ Rugby World Cup successes in 1987 and 2011. The Rugby World Cup 2015 logo moved to the right. Â The All Blacks silver fern logo remains on the left-hand side of the jersey. The Adidas and All Blacks logos, as well as the jersey numbers on the back, are of a metal silver colour.Using new technologically advanced techniques , Adidas managed to create a body mapping process called âDynamic Stretch Analysisâ allows Adidas to measure bodies as they moved and how much strain was being applied to the skin. Based on this research, Adidas has developed two jerseys, tailored specifically to the needs of All Blacks forwards and backs â jerseys that replicate the movements of playersâ skin. Featuring fabric-weaving technology, which has a unique two-way stretch, Woven Carbon was developed by the team at Adidas to ensure the use of a superior fabric that doesnât compromise on strength, flexibility, weight or comfort, and can withstand the rigour of the game. For more information about the Â please visit the All Blacks official online store.Â Â
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The first night of the RWC is past and now into game 2.
amazing spectacle in the city and at Eden Park. I was working Supercare at the stadium.
Have the gardens looking good with spring flowering. Am laying a pad of concrete under the rear deck.More space to fill up. Be nice to have it dry tho.
The atmosphere around the stadium and surrounding houses is wonderful. I heard the term Pride mentioned today and I agree. The All Blacks winning at the first game of the Rugby World Cup was great buzz for the country. Let’s hope they are still there at the final game!