New Ghana kit represents eye-catching departure for Puma
May 31, 2016
Twitter was a abuzz as Black Stars fans and commentators caught a first glimpse of the new strip, which represents a startling departure for the West African giants.
Notably, there is significantly more black than the shirts have traditionally featured, with black sleeves and shoulders set off by a yellow hooped collar.
According to the press release—as per Kick Off—Ghana will wear the new ‘technological design’ in an as yet unspecified fixture this year, although there are conflicting reports as to whether the shirt presented in the photos is a definitive design or a trial template from Puma.
The kit uses the same evoKNIT technology as recent offerings for Arsenal and Borussia Dortmund, including a ‘dynamic moisture management system’, which is clearly a feature that Puma are particularly proud of.
As well as the Black Stars, Puma have also unveiled new designs for both Cameroon and the Cote d’Ivoire, with the Indomitable Lions debuting their latest kit against France on Monday evening, and the Ivorians sporting theirs against Gabon on Saturday.
Nkemnji Global Tech
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