The Warriors 2022 Men’s Indigenous Jersey is now available. This jersey is part of a new line of rugby merchandise. This Warriors 2022 Men’s Indigenous Jersey was made for people who love rugby and want to look great in it. This Warriors 2022 Men’s Native Jersey will make your friends jealous and get you noticed.
Warriors 2022 Men’s Indigenous Jerseys are a must-have item for Warriors fans. Developed in partnership PUMA and Te Tairawhiti based Ta Moko artist Maia Gibbs (Ngai Tamanuhiri. Rongowhakaata. Ngati Kahungungu. Henare Brooking. Te Amokura, our Indigenous jersey 2022, is a strong expression of our connection and unity. It will be worn against the Newcastle Knights in round 12 on Saturday 28 May to celebrate the NRL Indigenous Round. Te Amokura’s jersey derives its inspiration from the same manu (bird). The Amokura is recognized in Aotearoa, Australia, and the Pacific. The Amokura helped great navigators in the Pacific chart the largest body o water in the entire world. It is best known for its two distinctive red elongated tail wings, which are highly prized and sought after by the chiefs of Te moana ni a Kiwa. Two red strips are placed on the back side of the jersey to signify these. These colours not only represent the club’s identity and journey, but also the sacrifices made by staff and players to move away from their families, friends and supporters. Blue is mana maua. The Pacific ocean, which connects Aotearoa to Australia and Aotearoa. This ocean carries our collective whakapapa. Green stands for mana whenua. Aotearoa is the land which acknowledges Australia as the true home of the Warriors. Our Aboriginal whanaunga, and the original peoples of Australia who have welcomed the team in the last three seasons. Red represents mana tangata. The people are the link between players past, current, and future. As they move onto the field of battle, they weave the whakapapa each person’s individuality. The black symbolises Te Po, where learning and development are possible. While the white symbolizes Te Ao, which is a place for expression and action. The jersey acts as a korowai, a cloak that covers the wearer. It is not only a jersey, but also a symbol of their personal journey. It is a celebration and representation of our cultural identity as well as the shared connection that we have with other indigenous peoples. This Jersey is an exact replica of the jersey worn by the Indigenous round participants.
- PUMA Sublimated cat at the shoulders
- Regular Fit
- Sublimated Club & sponsor logos
- Interlocking 100% Polyester
- Indigenous design