Kerala Blasters FC have unveiled their third kit for the forthcoming 2021-22 Indian Super League season.
This time, the Blasters aim to embody the idea of the past, the present and the future. Their home kit stood as a commendation to the Kerala team that clinched the 1973 Santosh Trophy.
On the other hand, the away kit was devoted to their vehement and zealous fans. The third kit brings to life the ambitions and desires of the young in Kerala.
A statement went on to reveal that the newly-launched white jersey symbolized a blank canvas. A blank canvas illustrates the countless possibilities one has to be whoever and whatever they wish to be.
It says: “A canvas that reminds one and all, especially the youth, to persevere and to stay committed to following their dreams“.
Director of Kerala Blasters FC, Nikhil Bhardwaj stated that the kit will stand as a prompt. It will stimulate and rouse the youth of the state to pursue their dreams unabated.
“We at KBFC believe that anyone, through hard work and dedication, can achieve the goals they set out for themselves. This can sometimes take time, so we hope that this kit will serve as a reminder and inspire millions of youth in the state to never give up and to chase their dreams relentlessly“. said the director.
The full white kit incorporates 100% polyester with an ultra-light jacquard structure. It is integrated into the front and the back. It does well to enhance mobility, fit and breathability.
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