Toronto Wolfpack reveal inaugural 2020 Super League Kits
Toronto Wolfpack’s stunning 2020 playing kit has been revealed ahead of the team’s preseason game against Castleford Tigers this Sunday (January 19) in Castleford, UK. Created alongside apparel partner BLK, the new kit design joins the Wolfpack in taking a giant leap forward in 2020, while ensuring players and fans alike will take great pride when taking to the Super League stage for the first time.
Both the black and white jerseys feature the outline of the Wolfpack’s famous and highly acclaimed “wolf head” logo across the front. The outline of the logo invokes the ferocity of a wolf on the prowl and the forming of a strong, determined pack. The black kit introduces a new gold trim on the sleeves and socks, while the white kit has a black collar and features Canadian red as the trim on the sleeves and socks.
Toronto Wolfpack Merchandise Manager, Darryl DeFranco, shared his excitement at the release of the new playing kit:
“We are delighted to be partnering with BLK, one of the most respected and recognized sports apparel brands in the world. The Wolfpack are joining a long line of local, national and international teams in taking to the field in BLK designs, and we are proud to be a part of the family.”
Designed by BLK, the kits use Exotek four-way stretch fabric promoting increased movement and encouraging peak performance. Supreme elasticity and durability headline the list of benefits from the BLK range, with moisture management and temperature regulation combining to ensure ultimate comfort for players in their maiden Super League season.
A number of valued partners are represented on the Wolfpack’s 2020 playing kit. Rugby Strength, a pioneering all-natural CBD-infused body topical cream launched by Toronto Wolfpack in October, takes the logo position across the chest.
Major partner and official airline Air Transat, who this week confirmed an extension of a partnership that has been in place since the inaugural season, are displayed on both sleeves of the jersey. The airline, whose head office is in Montreal, will continue to offer vital operational support to the team in flying the Wolfpack and opposition teams, as well as servicing the needs of legions of fans between Europe and Canada.
Maple Leaf Diamonds, a family run business based in Toronto, produce a wide range of stunning jewellery made with fully traceable ethically mined diamonds from Canada’s north. Their striking red maple leaf logo seamlessly fits the design in taking pride of place on the right chest, as it has since the 2018 season.
Official Transit Partner Metrolinx are a new addition to the playing kit, with their ‘GO’ logo featuring on the back of the shorts. As per this week’s announcement Metrolinx will continue to support Wolfpack fans in getting to and from Lamport Stadium during the club’s debut Super League season.
Treated.com, a world leader in online healthcare services, are another brand new kit partner for the 2020 season. Their logo takes a space on the top of the rear of the jersey. More information about this partnership will be announced in the coming weeks, coinciding the launch of a new Treated.com website service.
Yotta Laboratories, the distributed ledger ledger (Blockchain) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) research and development company, proudly display their logo on the bottom of the rear of the jersey in a continuation of a 2019 kit partnership.
Hopwood Hall College, the home base for Toronto Wolfpack in the UK, have their invaluable support reflected through the placement of their logo on the front of the playing shorts.
Both the black and white jerseys will be available online from BLK in the in the coming weeks, along with the 2020 off field range, before being available in the Toronto Wolfpack store ahead of the team’s home opener on Saturday April 18. Fans in Canada, as well as worldwide, will be able to access the range thanks to express global shipping from BLK and be among the first to get their hands on the kit.