Thanks for that.Just noticed on the Collingwood 2021 page you have Collingwood playin Brisbane in Rd 3 at the MCG when they played at Docklands instead.
Are WAFL players responsible for their own laundry, or do they dump em in a basket for a communal wash?
The process of sublimation printing should mean the dye stays in the material longer.Are WAFL players responsible for their own laundry, or do they dump em in a basket for a communal wash?
In my experience, industrial washes can fade colours very fast.
That's still often the case.All striped jumpers have the same issue. The width of the stripes was usually determined by the 'width' of the player.
The stripes on the jumpers were the same width, irrespective of the size of the jumper.
So Large & Extra Large jumpers seemed to have more stripes on them than Small and Medium sized jumpers.
AFL would have deemed both the Lions red away and gold clash to be unsuitable, so put Lions in home kit.
Thanks, I guess that makes sense. But freo in white shorts with home kit is different.AFL would have deemed both the Lions red away and gold clash to be unsuitable, so put Lions in home kit.
Then they would have put Giants in white shorts as they had the lighter of the two kits and/or have white in their jumper. Same as Geelong regularly do, but theres plenty of other precedents of home teams wearing white shorts. Couple of well known examples off the top of my head:
Fremantle v Essendon, Round 13 2012
West Coast v Carlton, Semi Final 2011
Man this guernsey design is elite. Shame it’s taken so long to get the red inverse!!