Dublin reveal new jersey for 2016 campaign

Dublin GAA and AIG have today revealed their new jersey this morning at the AIG head office. 

The jersey which is a lot lighter in colour and doesn’t feature any navy which is part of Dublin GAA’s colours will go on sale tomorrow on oneills.com. 


This morning AIG released the following press release:

The new design sees some softer elements come into the design with elegant touches throughout such as the spire-like lines running down the waist and the white striped shoulders. The collar sees a contrast from previous kits boldly boasting a fine white colour pallet instead of navy. The back of the kit features a charming inclusion of Gaelic with the words “Áth Cliath” embroidered above 3 shortened stripes. As proud insurers of Dublin GAA, AIG messaging is visible on both the front, centred below the Dublin crest, and on back of the kit, just above the shoulders. The underarms feature white detailing which gives a fresh modern edge to a classic design.

Notice how the Dub’s have stuck with a collared jersey, Will collars make a comeback in the GAA world in years to come?


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