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Soudal Quick-Step, formerly Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl, unveiled its 2023 team kit on Friday.
Overall, the powerhouse Belgian squad hasn’t strayed too far from its kit designs from the past two decades.
A prominent red rectangle, the logo of title sponsor Soudal, now features across the chest, with co-title sponsor Quick-Step moving lower and getting a bit smaller.
The jersey is getting more than just a sponsor update, however. The main blue color is now darker, and a section of white where the sponsor logos are runs across the chest and sleeves. Dark blue sandwiches the white section.
Check out in detail the new Soudal Quick-Step kit, which you can order here: https://t.co/LPD1VtUAdB
— Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team (@qst_alphavinyl) December 16, 2022
The team bibs are a matching navy blue.
Rainbow bands for Remco
Earlier in the week, the team also unveiled Remco Evenepoel’s world champion rainbow kit.
First look 🤩
Feast your eyes with the stunning Soudal Quick-Step World Champion Jersey – made by @CastelliCycling – that @EvenepoelRemco will sport next year in some of the world’s biggest races! pic.twitter.com/wRasETRW8C
— Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team (@qst_alphavinyl) December 11, 2022