Samurai Sportswear have today been confirmed as the technical kit supplier for World Tens Series franchises SX10 (Cape Town), Asia Pacific Dragons, Miami Sun, Phoenix (Middle East) and the London Royals.
Founded in 1996 by CEO Terry Sands, the family-run business has over 20 years of expertise in designing and manufacturing high quality sports garments. The sportswear brand is now a leading multi-sport teamwear supplier and currently partner with rugby clubs around the globe, including Leicester Tigers, Sale Sharks and Exeter Chiefs in the Gallagher Premiership, the only technical supplier to partner with three clubs in the top tier of English rugby, as well as Bay of Plenty in New Zealand and South China Tigers who compete in the Rapid Rugby competition.
Samurai will provide the players and coaching staff of the five franchises with playing and training kit designed exclusively for the World Tens Series.
Commenting on the kit supplier partnership on behalf of the five franchises, World Tens Series CEO, Jon Phelps said: “It is fantastic that five of our franchises will be kitted out in Samurai Sportswear for this month’s World Tens Series.
“Samurai Sport has a very impressive track record, working with established clubs across a number of sports around the world.
“I would like to thank Terry and Samurai Sportswear for supporting the World Tens and look forward to seeing the kits when they are unveiled in the coming days.”
Samurai Sportswear CEO, Terry Sands said: “Samurai are proud to be the technical kit partner for the SX10, Asia Pacific Dragons, Miami Sun, Phoenix and the London Royals.
“We feel privileged to be involved in the inaugural World Tens Series and look forward to working with the teams over the coming weeks.”
View the full press release here: SAMURAI SPORTSWEAR TO SUPPLY WORLD TENS SERIES