The Vodafone Warriors will wear largely unchanged home and away playing kits throughout the 2016 NRL season.
The Canterbury of New Zealand designs again feature the Vodafone Warriors’ core colours with alterations only to the club logo and the trim around the neckline. The logo reverts to the original model, replacing 2015’s one-off version used for the 20th anniversary season.
There will be four strips in all for the NRL team in 2016, not five as there were this year. The home and away jerseys have been released now with one-off designs to be revealed later in the New Year for the traditional NRL-designated Women in League and Heritage rounds. There won’t be a special Anzac Day kit this year.
The 2016 home and away jerseys are now available in adult and child sizes at www.warriorsstore.co.nz
As has been the case for a few seasons now, two training strips have also been produced by Canterbury of New Zealand for the Vodafone Warriors to use next season.
One in black-red colours and the other in orange-red tones are specifically designed for the NRL squad’s opposed training sessions.
The jerseys will also be worn in the Vodafone Warriors’ NRL trials in February.
The orange-red jersey is now available in adult and child sizes while the black-red version is available only in adult sizes. Go to www.warriorsstore.co.nz