Quick-Step Cycling Team recently came together for one of their first 2013 team training camps. At the camp, the team unveiled their new look for the 2013 campaign. The kit is similar to their 2012 attire with minor tweaks here and there. The most striking changes are the choice of black dots that seem to give the jersey more depth. Each rider’s jersey is personalized with their twitter handle and a label on the back of their collars shows their time with the team. Also of note is the logo symbolizing the teams victory in the TTT World Championship on the chest. The kits are supplied again by Vermarc.
For Tom Boonen, the Belgian National Champion, his kit stays the same, but now is paired with entirely black bibs. Something the sprinter welcomes happily. “My Belgian champion’s jersey is the same as last year’s but the return to entirely black pants is a nice new twist. I like them a lot. They are classic but modern at the same time. I think this jersey stands out even more than last year’s. Now it’s up to us to make it a winner like the one in 2012.”
“The design is really attractive,” said Sylvain Chavanel. “The choice of black dots on the upper part of the jersey make it quite aggressive but at the same time it’s also very “classy”. The logo symbolizing our victory in the TTT World Championship is located on the chest of the jersey. It is a source of pride for the entire team. I can’t wait to wear the jersey during the races!”
The new kit will be available for fans to purchase in the near future from the team shop here.