This limited edition, 2016 Saints Indigenous Guernsey is a replica of the player Guernseys worn for the indigenous round. Featuring ISC’s fully sublimated design for durability. Constructed from a mid weight polyester with micro eyelets, the Guernsey fabric draws heat away from your body to keep you cool and comfortable. The neckline has been constructed using 3 piece design to enhance the Guernsey's fit and offers a slim fit tailored cut. The Guernsey features an eye-catching three stripe design using the club's colours.
- Mid weight polyester
- Micro eyelets to draw heat away and promote cooling
- Fully sublimated design
- Reinforced seams
- Slim fit design
- Manufactured by ISC
- Style worn in Round10 at Etihad Stadium.
Guernsey Design: Six Boonwurrung clans
This design concept represents the six clans of the Boonwurrung that now live in harmony. They are known as Yaluk-ut weelam, Ngurrak weelam, Mayune baluk, Boonwurrung baluk, Yawen djeera and Yaluk baluk. The design features six concentric circles that symbolically refers to the geographic layout of the Boonwurrung Bay region which extends along the northern, eastern and southern shorelines of Port Phillip, the Mornington Peninsula, Western Port and its two main islands, and land to the south-east down to Wilsons Promontory.
Born and raised in Darwin NT,
Marcus Lee is a descendant of the Karajarri people and is proud of his
Aboriginal heritage. It was inevitable that those roots would pull at his art
strings and take him and his design team into the evolving realm of
communicating cultural diversity. This also brings with it the scope to
participate within the commercial community helping to improve the living
standards of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.