DUBLIN GAA have launched their brand-new strip in Parnell Park yesterday ahead of the return of inter-county GAA action this weekend.
The O’Neills’ design was launched yesterday by footballers James McCarthy and Niamh Collins, camogie player Orla Grey and hurler Chris Crummey.
The new strip will be worn by the county teams in all four codes from underage to senior and masters level.
O Neills said the new strip has a few changes to the previous Dubs kit.
“The new-look jersey is true to the traditional sky-blue Dublin colour,” the sportswear manufacturer said.
“However some new innovations have been implemented for the 2020 jersey
“Features include an innovative new silicone horizontal three stripe design, as well as both player and fan-favourite details.
“This includes the return of an open neck collar with pinstripe detail and a choice of fits to suit all fans.”
The new jersey is priced from €70 for adults.