The Warriors Men’s Indigenous Jersey for Men 2022 is a jersey made for those who love the Warriors and are looking for a team willing to do whatever it takes. The Warriors Men’s Indigenous Jersey 2222 allows you freedom. The fit is customized to the player’s requirements and the fabric is designed to maximize comfort.
Warriors Men’s Indigenous Jersey 2022: A must-have item for Warriors fans. Developed in partnership PUMA. Te Tairawhiti based Ta Mokka artist Maia Gibbs, (Ngai Tamanuhiri). Rongowhakaata. Ngati Kahungungu. Henare Brooking. Te Amokura, the Indigenous jersey 2022 is a strong symbol of our connection. It will be worn in round 12 against the Newcastle Knights on Saturday 28 Mai to celebrate the NRL Indigenous Round. Te Amokura’s jersey is named after the same bird. The Amokura is well-known in the Pacific, Australia, and Aotearoa. The Amokura was instrumental to the discovery of the largest body of water anywhere on the globe by great navigators. It is well-known for its distinctive red, elongated tail wings. They are highly sought after and prized by Te moana Ni a Kiwa chiefs. These are symbolized by the two red stripes that run down the jersey’s rear. The club’s identity is represented by the colours. However, the colours also represent the journey of the club and the sacrifices made to get away from their loved ones and fans. Blue is mana Maua. The Pacific ocean is the link between Aotearoa and Australia. This ocean carries our collective whakapapa. Green is the symbol for mana whereua. Aotearoa refers to the land which acknowledges Australia is the true home of the Warriors. Our Aboriginal whanaunga. These are the original peoples of Australia that have welcomed the Warriors in the last three seasons. Red represents mana tangata. People are the link between players’ past, present, and future. They weave the whakapapa that reflects each individuality of the players as they move onto battleground. Te Po stands for learning and development. White symbolizes Te Ao where expression is possible. The jersey functions as a Korowai, which is a cloak that covers one’s body. It is not just a jersey but also a symbol for the wearer’s journey. It represents our cultural identity, as well as the shared connections we share with other indigenous peoples. The Indigenous round participants will wear the same Jersey.
- Regular Fit
- Interlock 100% Polyester
- Indigenous design
- Sublimated Club logos & sponsor logos
- PUMA Sublimated cat at shoulder