Munster’s new away shirt is inspired by Ireland’s smallest national park? Sure!

Munster have revealed their brand new away shirt, which the Irish province will wear for the next two seasons, and the grey design is inspired by the rocky landscape of Ireland’s smallest national park The Burren.

The Burren, which is located in Northwestern County Clare, is dominated by glaciated karst, giving the region its cracked rugged stone appearance, which has been transferred on to the body of the jersey itself.

Like the new Leinster away shirt that was debuted yesterday, the new Munster away shirt is also a Primeblue product, meaning that it’s made from Parley recycled ocean plastic – unlike the Leinster jersey it’s at least not the same basic colour as the home shirt, which will please fans of kits not clashing all the time.

Munster will wear their new away kit for the first time when they kick off their 2020/21 Pro14 campaign against the Scarlets on Friday night.

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