Country meets the Coast, with Ringers Western joining the Titans as the official uniform partner of the NRL Club for the next two seasons.
The Gold Coast based clothing company will dress the Titans NRL and NRLW squads, providing their off-field attire for season 2022 and beyond.
Ringers Western join the Titans
The label will also dress Titans administration staff.
Gold Coast Titans CEO Steve Mitchell says he’s very excited to have such a strong new national challenger brand join the Club.
“Ringers Western is a great success story and their brand has grown exponentially over the last few years,” he said.
“They’ve already formed strong ties with rugby league through partnerships with individual players and we’re excited that they’ll join our Club as a partner for the next two seasons.
“It’s important that players and staff not only look sharp, but they are comfortable, and the designs and range from Ringers Western allows us to achieve this.
“They’ve also taken feedback from players about the sorts of things they enjoy wearing and have worked with us to make sure our off-field attire is both fashionable and functional.”
Ringers Western founder Andrew MacDonald says he’s thrilled that the two iconic Gold Coast brands will be coming together.
“We’re really happy to be partnering with the Titans and we’re really excited about where the club is going,” he said.
“There’s been some really good recent signings in AJ (Brimson) and Tino (Fa’asuamaleaui) and the rest of the crew so we are really excited to be part of the next few years.
“The company began when we were out mustering out on a cattle station about five or six years ago and I had a ripped shirt on at the time and I thought if anyone else could make shirts, why don’t we have a shot and see.
“From there it has progressed from one or two staff to 85 staff now.
“We’re heavily involved with numerous sport teams around the country and internationally we are all over the place too.”
MacDonald says the Titans players uniforms will feature a linen shirt option which is a first in team-wear.
“I don’t think any other club has this (the linen option),” he said.
“It is something that the guys are comfortable in, it breathes well and then they can wear it out.
“We try to make something that people want to wear, not forced to wear. If that aids in the team being more comfortable on game day, then we’ve achieved our goal.”