The new Melbourne Storm Mens Indigenous Jersey 2022 is a great way to show your support.
Melbourne Storm is proud and happy to present the Melbourne Storm Mens Indigenous Jersey 22,22 by Coree Thipe. Coree is an artist and Yorta Yorta Gunnai Gunditjmara Wurundjeri person who used the Rainbow Serpent as inspiration for his unique creation. Coree is a Storm supporter since the beginning. His leadership and community development role at Dardi Munwurro has helped to strengthen his connection with Melbourne over time. This Indigenous organisation has a long-standing partnership with the club. The jersey 2022 is the symbol of the Storm family. This jersey connects all members, players, coaches, and staff. Coree used the familiar story about the Rainbow Serpent as a way to connect Storm and the club’s journey through NRL in its first 24 years. This story provides a symbol of the importance of regeneration for each season and strong connections to Storm’s journey along the east coast. Storm’s active years within NRL are represented by the yellow/orange jersey lines. The orange lines are for years in which the club has won a Grand Final. The purple lines represent the ribs. They are both the people and the members. The artwork is decorated with diamonds on each side, to represent the men or women who make Melbourne Storm. “Every year is different, just like a snake. It’s not about the shedding or regaining of players or people. But it’s the continuation and growth of the journey. Coree said that it is stronger, more resilient, can learn, heal, and changes. To know where you’re headed, you must understand your history. Storm is a master at this.
- Sublimated detailling.
- Embroidered Melbourne Storm logos.
- Castore made this item.
- Redzed sponsor logos sublimated for Tradie, Grill’d, Carsales, Suzuki, Carsales, Tradie, Grill’d, and Carsales
- Back neck with sublimated S logo