A remake of the now very rare Kildare shirt worn for one season in 1991 which seen Kildare qualify for a National football league final only to lose out to Dublin.
That was the first season that Kildare displayed a crest on their jersey and the only season it that the Serpent crest was used. The Serpent ( being the emblem of Naas town council coat of arms). was discarded the year after in favour of a badge incorporating a lily plant (Kildare are traditionally known as The 'Lilywhites')
The jersey was sponsored by the now-defunct US Veterinary Pharmaceutical company Pitman-Moore in what was the first season that shirt sponsorship was allowed by the GAA.
Worn by players such as Glen Ryan and Johnny McDonald
Made from Polyester/Nylon (80/20 percent)
Available in all sizes from XS to 8XL while stocks last