PUMA and Mamelodi Sundowns have unveiled their latest fanwear collaboration to deliver the sauce, but how does it compare to last season’s collection? Take a look!
The Brazilians are one of the biggest spenders in Africa and have many stylish ballers in their camp so it can be expected that their fanwear will follow the same theme.
The reigning champions have unveiled their new fanwear that follows shortly after the launch of the new home & away replica jersey.
Masandawana has a huge following and their fans will now get the chance to wear the striking range of clothing items that consist of tracksuits, training jackets, backpacks, caps and beanies.
Scroll through the gallery above to see the difference between this season's collection and last seasons
Comparing the collections
PUMA collaborated with the side in both season's collections but there is a big difference in the colour schemes. Last season, the training jacket was green and this year it is yellow. The same goes for the tees that previously came in white but are now in yellow.
In the 2020 launch, the Bafana Ba Style also released sideline and casual polos but appear to have dropped that from their range and included a beanie and backpack instead.
The prices for the new fanwear?
MSFC ftblPLAY Tracksuit is valued at R1599
MSFC LIGA Training Jacket is valued at R1299
MSFC teamGOAL 23 Backpack is valued at R499
MSFC Bronx Beanie is valued at R349
MSFC BB Cap 50 is valued at R349.
Did you know?
PUMA and the DStv Premiership side first joined forces in July 2016, with the clothing and shoe manufacturer having licensing rights to develop technical kits, replicas and fanwear.
Your thoughts, please?
Which collection is better?