The green colour of Dodgers cotton fabrics is a reference to the blue colour of the Australian flag.
“Dodger cotton fabric is made from cotton, wool and other fibres,” said the team at the RTE website.
“Its unique colour is a tribute to our flag and is used to create the fabric that is used in Dodger clothing.”
Dodgies cotton fabric in use, from left, the Dodgers white, the Green and the Dodger Blue jersey.
(Source: RTV7)Dodging questions about the colours, RTE’s Mike O’Connor asked if there was a connection between the colours and the team’s colours.
“I have been to the Dodgies factory in the south-west of England, which is the main factory for the jersey.
They have a white shirt and white shorts and white socks, so I asked them about it,” O’Brien said.”
“Dodges cotton is made up of 100% cotton wool and 100% polyester.””
So, I’m not sure whether the blue jersey is the inspiration or the colour.”
“Dodges cotton is made up of 100% cotton wool and 100% polyester.”
We use 100% recycled polyester and polyester, which means there’s nothing left over from previous seasons.”
“The socks are pretty rubbish, they’re not even waterproof,” he said. “
“If I want to go on a trip, I can wear the Dodgers socks.”‘”
The socks are pretty rubbish, they’re not even waterproof,” he said.
“If I want to go on a trip, I can wear the Dodgers socks.”‘
Dodgy’ blue-collar workers?
“The Dodgys are the last team in Australia to get the Blue collar workers, they don’t have to be in the blue-collared category.
They are just in the factory and work hard to make sure the uniform looks good,” RTE writer Tommy McLean said.
‘Not only do you get to wear a Dodger shirt but you can have a beer with them’RTE contributor Tommy McLeod said the blue collar workers were part of the fabric.
“The blue collar is part of a lot of Dodger culture.
There’s a bit of an odd little cult of personality around the blue collared worker, and the Dodgers don’t always have the best record of honouring the workers.”
It is a badge of honour for the blue workers that they are working with their hands in a factory and the blue logo on the collar.
They are really a very important part of our history, our culture and we want them to be celebrated.”‘
The Dodgers’ blue collar employees are part of Dodgiede fabric.
(Photo by RTE/Tom McLean/RTA)In his interview with RTE, McLeod also questioned the timing of the decision to change the blue uniforms, given the season was about to begin.”
When the season started, they had the Dodges blue, so they were doing everything they could to be a bit more progressive,” he explained.”
Now, the team is in the middle of a bad contract and the fans are in the market for the new blue uniforms.”‘
Not as good as the Dodgers’ but still a great deal’It’s not the first time that the Dodgs have made controversial statements about the colour blue, with a statement in 2001 that it was not a blue colour.”
In the summer of 2002, I was walking down the street in the city of Melbourne when I spotted a bus.
I stopped and thought, ‘Wow, I wonder how they got that colour?’,” Dodgiestown City Council member and Dodgings official Mark Wicks said.”[The buses] looked like they had a blue stripe across the front, so we thought that was a pretty cool colour.
“In the years since, the Dodgy team has changed its tune and has also said it is more conservative with its colours.”
Our colours are not the Dodgers colours.
We have blue, green and yellow.
There is a lot more emphasis on red,” team member Adam Jones said in 2016.”
There is no blue in our colours.
There are only yellow and red.
We don’t want to be associated with any colour that is associated with our history or our history is associated [with] any colour.
“”Dynamo’ jersey made with Dodger colours is a statement of intentRTE reporter Tom McLeod said he was disappointed that the Dodgers would not make a statement about the blue colours.
“If the Dodgedes colours are going to be made with any of the colours that they use, that’s their business,” McLeod told RTE.
“That’s their choice, and they make the choices.”If they