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EF Education-EasyPost and EF Education-TIBCO-SVB have unveiled their kits for the upcoming 2023 racing season, seeing the two teams race in a shared look of light pink-dark pink half-and-half jerseys.
Rapha have once again produced kits for both teams, with the different shades of pink in sections on the jersey, apparently representing the past, present and future of the squads.
In men’s and women’s pelotons largely dominated this year by blue and red kits, the pink of EF is set to stand out, though the design is a rather subtle one, especially set next to wild special-edition kits the team has worn at the Giro d’Italia, Tour de France, and Tour de France Femmes in recent years.
Rather than cartoon ducks, smiling dragons, or colourful blocks, EF’s 2023 kits are simple rather than gaudy. At the front of the jersey, there are two halves of dark pink and light pink, while the sleeves are also filled with contrasting shades of the team’s trademark colour.
A black Rapha armband – customary on the company’s jerseys – adorns the left sleeve of both jerseys, while team sponsors and suppliers such as EF Education, TIBCO, Wahoo, POC, Cannondale, Nippo and Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) are printed in black on the chest, back and sleeves.
Black bib shorts with white sponsor printing round off the clean look, though no doubt the teams will shake things up when they hit the Grand Tours of May and July.
After a season spent battling against WorldTour relegation, the men’s squad look to turn over a new leaf in 2023 with the addition of Olympic road champion and former Giro d’Italia winner Richard Carapaz.
The Ecuadorian is set to lead the team’s hopes in the Grand Tours this year, with former…