Cape Town - The Bulls' new camouflage kit seems to have proven remarkably effective in turning the Bulls players invisi-Bull.
On Thurday the Bulls announced will play their away matches during next year's Super Rugby competition wearing different colours.
Pretoria-based franchise played their away games wearing pink over the
last few seasons - something which upset many of their die-hard fans who
believed the colour was not appropriate for their image.
However, from next year they will wear an army-style camouflage of khaki, green and brown for away games and a blue camouflage kit.
PUMA, the Bulls kit sponsors, designed the jersey playing on the fact that ‘camo’ is designed to make you invisible.
But some rugby fans took to Twitter
for a lighthearted look at the new jersey. "I looked but couldn't find them I think they were undercover." - Breyton Paulse via Twitter"First 100 buyers who will get the Gorgeous Camo Bulls jersey,will get a Khaki hat and a nose ring complimentary, you better run guys!""Would be very appropriate that The Bulle wears Khaki shorts and socks to complete the outfit and Vellies with studs obviously, haha."Exclusive picture of Pierre Spies wearing the new Bulls jersey. (Dan Nicholl Facebook)The Bulls team photo for 2014. (via Twitter
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