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Fans slam camo kit for InvisiBulls


  • 28 Nov 2013
The Bulls' new away jersey The Bulls' new away jersey

The Bulls new camouflage away kit for Super Rugby has received an overwhelmingly negative response on SA Rugby magazine's Facebook page.

According to the Bulls website, 'with camouflage being a major seasonal fashion trend across the globe, the fanwear has a cool, fun appeal – the shirts retail for R649 and can be snapped up as an ideal festive season gift in either or both colourways.'

However, judging from the comments on Facebook (and Twitter) not too many of these jerseys are going to be sold.

Here are some of the comments:

Nou sal Spies heeltemal verdwyn op die veld! – Danie Visser

It's a joke, right? – Elana Fourie

I forgave the pink/jacaranda away jersey but this is taking it too far. – Marvin Barnabas

Are the people designing the shirts blind? – Gillian Price

Pathetic. Have some respect for what sport really means – it is NOT war. – Aristide du Plessis

Are they playing rugby or are they going hunting? – Tyrone Engel

However, there was the odd positive comment, like this one:

I honestly think it's the coolest kit ever. Kudos to Puma for thinking out the box. I'm a Sharks supporter and I wish they were this adventurous. – Christopher Osmond

To see the Bulls' new home jersey go to our Facebook or Twitter posts. Also tell us what you think of the jerseys by commenting below.

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