The home jersey is the traditional sky-blue, while the alternate kit features the return of the pink jersey worn by the Bulls in the 2012 Super Rugby season.

“The Smash 2.0 kit design pays homage to our shared history of breaking the rules and breaking new ground. While reminding us all to keep pushing forward, “According to Brett Bellinger, Marketing Director of PUMA South Africa,

Bulls CEO Edgar Rathbone welcomed the long-standing sponsorship relationship.

“It is not often that two world-class brands can celebrate and commemorate such a significant milestone as a decade of collaboration. The Bulls are certainly proud to be associated with a leading brand like PUMA, which has provided some of the best rugby kits in the last decade.”

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