Nottinghamshire’s kits for the 2017 season have been revealed as the Outlaws commence a new partnership with Masuri.
The new clothing includes shirts for T20, 50-over and four-day cricket as well as a full range of training wear and helmets.
While the whites carry an air of tradition with flashes of colour kept to a minimum, the new partnership has innovated with a silhouette of Trent Bridge appearing on the front of the two limited-overs shirts, which are both predominantly green and feature a subtle difference in collar.
Nottinghamshire’s Team Sponsor, John Pye Auctions, is emblazoned across the front of all three shirts for a third successive season.
Fast bowler Harry Gurney believes supporters wanting to kit themselves out like the pros should in particular take a look at the new hoody and winter coat – while snapback caps will appeal in particular to the younger generation.
“The hoody in particular will be a popular option with the lads – and there’s a welcome return for the winter coat which is ideal for the cold days in pre-season,” he said.
“The youngsters have been briefing me about whether the sticker should stay on the peak of the snapback. I’m told it has to stay otherwise it’s not cool. I’ll make sure it stays on, if only to keep the likes of Luke Wood and Tom Moores happy.”
Sam Miller, Managing Director for Masuri, added: “This partnership with Nottinghamshire demonstrates the progression of Masuri in the cricket industry.
“A partnership with such an illustrious and traditional county clearly demonstrates that we are moving both the helmet and teamwear markets forward in terms of protection, technology and quality.
“We take enormous pride in the fact that our clothing is manufactured using a low carbon footprint, environmentally responsible production process.”
For more information on custom Masuri Teamwear please contact Masuri on 01962 717 800.