Perth Wildcats 21/22 Authentic Indigenous Jersey - Vic Law
Designed by Wadjuk Noongar man, Kevin Bynder
The artist chose to tell the story of the Perth Wildcats 40 years of history and the land in which it calls home.
The red, white and yellow represents the ochre found in the foothills of Wadjuk country. It is traditionally used by Indigenous peoples to paint on themselves, walls or rockfaces.
The middle circle represents the Perth Wildcats themselves. It’s a circle of meeting with the semi-circles representing the players and staff. The straight lines represent the spears used to attack. It’s a group that’s going into play another team - it’s not just a game, it’s a war.
Surrounding the middle circle are 10 smaller circles, representing the club’s 10 championships and across the lower part of the jersey are five additional circles which celebrate its five MVP award-winners.
Separating the two sets of circles is a pattern which represents both past players and the Wadjuk people. The white dotted section is dedicated to a favourite player of the artist, Scott Fenton, who was tragically killed at 24 years-of-age in 1989
The design element on the shorts represents the Darling Range, which is the resting place of the Wagyl – the rainbow serpent responsible for the creation of the waterways and landforms which form the Noongar country.
Rep this unique story with pride in this Perth Wildcats 21/22 Authentic Indigenous Jersey - Vic Law. It features indigenous artwork incorporated with the team colourson our premium, sports mesh fabric.
- Premium lightweight sports mesh fabric
- Champion branded woven jock tag
- Quick drying & moisture wicking
- Increases airflow & prevents odours
- Overlapping side seams with side splits
- Fits true to size, size up for a looser fit.
- Cold machine wash inside out
- Wash jerseys separately
- Always refer to the care label on the garment for full details