Wednesday , April 17 2024

Errea & Walsall FC present the clubs 2021/22 home & away kits!

Walsall FC have presented their first and second strips produced once again by Erreà, now in its fifth season with the Saddlers.

The stylistic choice of colours used for the third strip, already unveiled previously, continues in the classic colours of red, white and green.

The predominant colour in the first strip is red, which fills the central part of the shirt. A central white band and a green one, that includes the collar area, and which is repeated in the sleeve ends, elegantly and simply enliven the shirt’s look. The coordinated shorts are in white with green stripes down the sides.

The away shirt has a bright green background with red edges and a distinctive diagonal pattern in the lower part that simulates a collection of white bubbles of different sizes. The matching shorts are also in green.

All of the strips have the traditional Black Country Flag inside the collar.

Something new for the forthcoming 2021-2022 season is the use of the new Ti-energy antiviral and antibacterial technical fabric developed by Erreà Sport’s Research and Development Department. Tests performed in accordance with ISO 18184 using the SARS-COV-2 virus, have proved that in the laboratory, the Ti-energy® 3.0 fabric can reduce the viral load by 99.85% compared to a standard polyester fabric six hours after coming into contact with the virus.

This unique success in the world of fabrics was made possible by the use of two separate technologies: the zinc oxide nanoparticles, permanently encapsulated in the fibres of the fabric, which have antiviral and antimicrobial properties, and the Minusnine J1+ treatment, which makes the fabric super-impermeable to liquids. This dual function allows the fabric to form an effective protective barrier against droplets, liquids and micro-organisms.

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