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Indian cricket team to wear Nike limited-overs uniform
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Sep '13
Nike, the official apparel sponsor of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), released the new limited-overs Team India uniform that will debut in the much-anticipated India – Australia series in October.

Nike’s new team kit draws inspiration from the passion and support fans have for their world champion national team and the sport of cricket. Designed to enhance the modern requirements of the game and its players, the uniform is a striking contemporary blue, with a textured, premium finish.

The jersey has a dynamic fit tailored to the athlete’s body, a result of 3D body mapping of the world’s top athletes and insights gleaned from collaboration with the Indian Cricket team.

Players expressed the desire for a jersey that moves with them and is comfortable enabling a complete focus on their game. The jersey is accented with a cutting edge graphic on the shoulders.

In keeping with Nike Better World, Team India’s kit is constructed for the first time with 100 percent recycled polyester fabric that is lightweight, reinforced with increased stretchability and enhanced moisture-wicking capabilities. Improved ventilation zones provide additional comfort and cooling.

The first-ever four way stretch pants for Team India complete the kit. The pants feature a more streamlined, shrink-wrap fit for better movement on the field. A new woven fabric has been introduced to help athletes move better and enhance durability.

The new team t-shirt will be available starting on Sept. 20.  The Team India kit and off pitch collection will be available starting on Sept. 20 through Nike stores.

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