The 2020 Warriors 'Kiwi Bushshirt Jersey' was released yesterday as part of the team's new range of jerseys available for purchase.
The jersey is billed as a special strip in Wellington colours, and will be worn as a one-off, when the Warriors take on the North Queensland Cowboys in Wellington on June 27.
The Warriors described the kit as being "decked out in traditional Wellington colours of yellow and black, with inspiration from the Kiwi bush shirt," but the jersey has quickly received a not-so-positive reaction from fans online.
Described on the site as a "design set to turn heads," the jersey features a yellow and black flannel pattern with Warriors branding across the top and on the sleeves.
The jersey hasn't been received well by fans, with many slamming the design as "ugly" and a "joke" on social media.
"Just like the team's performance last year....this has to be some sort of joke....Please," one fan wrote on Twitter.
"This is the ugliest thing I've ever seen," posted another.
The good news for Warriors' fans. There's no way it's as bad as these efforts.
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