Sorry but that is wrong. Unless something has changed (which I doubt it has as I have seen what is hopefully prototype gear, because it is pretty bad if it isn't) it is an Australian brand, that is NOT Australian owned.It's Australian brand owned by Australian company.
As I posted above, the brand only supply kits for one second tier international club team. They do supply other gear for leagues. The whole company (owner and their subsidiaries) supply gear for other sports and have been known to do clothing, but not so much anymore.Do/have they supply any pro teams or leagues or officials
As much as I try and avoid feeding trolls, in this case (as a Wests Tigers fan and someone who does know the facts) I must.Look, you're wrong.
I do stand somewhat corrected after chatting with Clint Bizkit. We are both technically right, and it is all really down to semantics as to if you would call the company internationally owned or not.As much as I try and avoid feeding trolls, in this case (as a Wests Tigers fan and someone who does know the facts) I must.
1) I have my info from a very reliable source.
2) I have also seen it confirmed by other sources and on other forums/social media.
3) I have seen samples of the merch, which can also be found on social media.
So I suggest that you either name the brand you think it is (PM me if you want) and prove that your brand is not internationally owned, or quit the claims that I am wrong, because I am 100% certain that I am not.
Pub group, so will be interesting to see if it is going to be the groups logo or one of the groups pubs. I expect the former, logo could look good on the kit.
Nib logo ruins the knights kit. Neds is always shitty but not that bad (not the biggest fan of the titans kits/colours in general). Never really like the use of silhouettes on kits but the panthers kit is pretty good as a whole, including sponsor integration.