Munster reveal home and alternate jerseys for next season

Munster reveal home and alternate jerseys for next season
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Munster have revealed their new home and alternate jerseys for next season.

The inspiration for the design "comes from the wall of silence and respect afforded to all who play in Thomond Park and the deafening wave of sound created by Munster’s Red army in full flight".

Munster reveal home and alternate jerseys for next season

Soundwaves are part of the design on both jerseys, "the visual representation of actual recordings taken from match footage and a memory that will live on in the jersey for years to come".

Munster reveal home and alternate jerseys for next season

The alternate jersey is navy with red undertones.

Munster reveal home and alternate jerseys for next season

The jerseys are available for pre-order, priced at €70 for kids, €80 for adults, and €110 for the players' jersey.

Munster reveal home and alternate jerseys for next season

They will be available to buy online and in Life Style Sports stores from Friday, June 21.


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