Dundalk IT are making their return to the Sigerson Cup this college year, for the first time since 1987, and they've picked a sexy way to honour the occasion.
Under the stewardship of Oisin McConville, they will be competing for the first time as an IT, having last played during their Dundalk RTC days but while some things change others stay the same. Their new jersey has been specially designed to resemble that of the one worn in 1987, and it's absolutely 'tantalising.'
Call me old school but I'm a big fan of collars on jerseys. That coupled with the old GAA logo, the sleeves and the modern fit, make this an istant classic. If you're around DIT you can get it for €50 from the Sports and Societies Office or it can be bought on the O'Neills website.
Bring Retro Back with @DkITGAA. Now available on the @DkIT_ie webshop! Shop now: https://t.co/GaREXgMVlG #GAA pic.twitter.com/scxLHeqp75
— O'Neills (@ONeills1918) November 30, 2017
Hopefully this, alongside Kerry's new offering, heralds a new retro trend in GAA fashion.