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Kukri Sports Announce Their Greenest Hong Kong Sevens Yet

Kukri Sports has announced their most sustainable Hong Kong Sevens merchandise range to date, as the world’s premier rugby event, the Hong Kong Sevens returns on 31 March.

Kukri Sports who provide all the Official Merchandise for the event have produced three of the new replica shirts purely from recycled polyester, with all packaging and carrier bags across the full merchandise range also produced from recycled materials.

The fashion forward range of leisure wear and accessories includes T-shirts, hoodies, and polo shirts, as well as a full range of replica home and away shirts for men, women, and kids, enabling everyone to take home a piece of history from the 2023 event and build towards a more sustainable future.

Kukri Sports will operate a name and number printing booth for the first time in the Hong Kong Stadium, where fans can get their products personalised. As well as supplying the official Hong Kong Sevens merchandise range, Kukri Sports are also official suppliers to the Hong Kong Rugby Union teams across men’s, women, and national age grade teams.

The Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens is one of the most popular sporting events in Asia and attracts some of the world’s top rugby players and thousands of fans from around the globe.

Clare Millington, General Manager – Asia at Kukri Sports said: “The Hong Kong Sevens event has always been special for Kukri Sports and this year is no different. Our global Product Design Team have made huge efforts in developing the sustainable apparel for the event and we can’t wait to see how it is received.

We have absolutely no doubt it will be another event to remember, and we are proud of our efforts in being able to produce these products for fans and athletes alike.

The online store is now live with merchandise available to purchase ahead of the tournament, or during the event itself from one of the stadium stalls.

The three-day event takes place from March 31 to April 2, with 16 teams competing on rugby’s greatest stage.