Kit Week: Thirty years of Australian domestic kits
Ahead of the launch of Nike's new Big Bash kits, take a look at how domestic kits have evolved over the past 30 years
15 September 2021, 09:50 AM AEST
Welcome to #KitWeek, where we're looking back on some of cricket's highest and lowest points from decades of coloured clothing.
With the the Big Bash League to begin a new era next Monday, September 20, when the new Nike brand kits are officially launched ahead of the 2021-22 season, we're reflecting on some of the best and worst kits from years gone by.
The kits of Australia's state teams will also take on a new look this summer, with the recruitment of New Balance and the pledge of a retro feel to this summer's kits, starting with next week's Marsh One-Day Cup.
New season, new kit 💪Welcome to the Tigers, New Balance 🔥#WeAreTigers pic.twitter.com/2mHgBKFxak— TasmanianTigers (@TasmanianTigers) September 14, 2021
All this week, keep an eye on @cricketcomau's social channels for your chance to rate and review some of Australia's best and worst kits, while the @BBL and @WBBL channels will also be looking back on the highs and lows of cricketing fashion.
We continue today with a look at 30 kits from the past 30 years of men's and women's domestic one-day cricket in Australia.
From Tasmania to Western Australia, from the early 90s to the late noughties and beyond, this is a random selection of state cricket uniforms, one per season from the past 30 seasons.