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Introducing the new national ODI team jersey. In stores now.
Indian men will be seen sporting the new kits in the upcoming series against England
Not only is the kit a couple of shades darker than the previous one, it also boasts of two new features – ‘4D Quickness’ and ‘Zero Distractions’ – for better stretch, temperature regulation and maximising performance.
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The design features a jersey with a new collar that has clear Asian influences.
Team Jersey at MCG
In January 2015, the Indian squad’s jersey got another makeover. The highlight was that each kit, including the jersey and the bottom, was made out of an average of 33 recycled plastic bottles.
The 2011 jersey is clearly etched in every cricket fan’s mind, mainly because that was the year the squad won the World Cup after a long gap of 28 years. The shade of blue became the darkest it has ever been. Orange was added to the sides and the text.
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The Indian squad’s jersey got a lot classier in 2007, with the Indian tricolour moving from the centre to a neater panel on the side. The black patches were removed, the blue shade lightened and ‘India’ was printed in a new font. The tracks lost the black bands and received some fancy cuts on the knees.
The Indian jersey received a massive face-lift; this one good. Yellow was mostly replaced with new black patches on the sides of the kit. Both sides of the trackpants and one side of the collar received small Indian flags as well.
The yellow stripes and arrows were transformed into a yellow pattern with a black border running across the chest diagonally. The bright yellow stand-out collar was given a black border, highlighting it even more.
More than twenty years ago, India’s jersey was a combination of yellow and pale (read: sad) shade of blue. It also had random rainbow coloured arrows running across the chest and down the sleeves.
The early 1990s saw cricketing nations across the world get uniform kits in varying colours. Back then, India had an indigo-coloured jersey with coloured stripes on the shoulders.
Over 30 years back is when we could trace India’s transformation from the classic whites to a yellow and blue jersey. No sponsor names and bold text, this was the simplest jersey India had.