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New ODI jersey by Nike for Indian cricket team packs performance, innovation and sustainability

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The new ODI kit for Team India has been unveiled by Nike. Combining performance, innovation and sustainability optimally, the kit (jersey and bottoms) has been made out of 33 recycled plastic bottles. Based on feedback from athletes and data on the form and movement of today’s players on the field, Nike designers created a new dynamic fit using a unique four-way stretch fabric ideal for cricket, enhancing comfort for the players and allowing the body to move naturally within the kit. The Nike Dri-FIT technology and Nike Pro Baselayer help regulate the player’s body temperature through increased venting and breathability for players to stay focused on their game. The kit also features specially designed laser ventilation holes and breathable engineered knit to aid cooling during match time. 

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