Bulawayo Chiefs has created a new clothing brand named Amakhosi Wear under which their 2021 kit will be from, BusinessMail has learnt
Amakhosi wear is a registered clothing brand that will overtime release several lines of clothing and footwear. This new brand will see the club partying ways with UK based Leyburn Sport who have been supplying them with kits for the past 2 years.
Bulawayo Chiefs’ media officer Thulani Javas Sibanda said the kits that have been churned out for Bulawayo Chiefs are the first in a line of outdoor sports wear which features match kits, casual wear t-shirts, tracksuits, windbreakers, sweaters, sports socks, back packs, boot bags and a number of sports accessories.
“Replicas for the kits will go onsale on Friday from 8pm in our online store and at the Bulawayo Chiefs Shop from Saturday the 8th from 8am. We have sizes varying from Extra Small to Extra Extra Large. The Replicas will retail at $25usd,” he said.
The brand will go under the tagline ‘BUILT FOR EVERYONE’ conveying a message of royalty, the chieftainship and bourgeoisie style that is built to accommodate everyone.
“This is a brand that will cut beyond just being a brand for Bulawayo Chiefs FC. It is a brand that will carry any team logo just like how the great Adidas brand does. We have built for the Schools, for the Social Teams, for the professional teams and for everyone,” Javas said.
The wear for Amakhosi Amahle (Bulawayo Chiefs) is crafted in Birds eye material which is a cotton fabric made on a dobby loom resulting in a small, repetitive woven pattern that resembles diamonds.
Chiefs’ kit unveiling marks the club’s preparedness towards football resumption and follows Highlanders and Dynamos, who entered into a partnership with On The Ball (OTB) through their Looks brand, while Ngezi Platinum Stars unveiled their Umbro-branded kit.
“We look forward to a better 2021 as we hope to get a sponsor or partner who will come onboard and help us push sports excellency to the next level,” said Javas.
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