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WorldTour team jersey and accessories guide

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Team Sky partner with Kask and Oakley for helmets and eyewear

Team Sky partner with Kask and Oakley for helmets and eyewear
(Image credit: Josh Evans)
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Ben Swift wears the UAE Abu Dhabi jersey

Ben Swift wears the UAE Abu Dhabi jersey
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A closer look at Movistar's Abus helmet

A closer look at Movistar's Abus helmet
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LottoNL-Jumbo also wear Shimano footwear

LottoNL-Jumbo also wear Shimano footwear
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A closer look at Bahrain-Merida's custom Sidi Shots

A closer look at Bahrain-Merida's custom Sidi Shots
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Quick-Step wear Eko• eyewear

Quick-Step wear Eko• eyewear
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UAE Abu Dhabi's MET helmets

UAE Abu Dhabi's MET helmets
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Gaerne supply Lotto-Soudal's footwear

Gaerne supply Lotto-Soudal's footwear
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AG2R's Eko• helmet with aeroshell

AG2R's Eko• helmet with aeroshell
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Bora-Hansgrohe's custom Specialized footwear

Bora-Hansgrohe's custom Specialized footwear
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A look at the Quick-Step helmet, glasses and jersey

A look at the Quick-Step helmet, glasses and jersey
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Astana's Limar helmets

Astana's Limar helmets
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Shimano eyewear and Lazer helmets for LottoNL-Jumbo

Shimano eyewear and Lazer helmets for LottoNL-Jumbo
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Lazer provide both the eyewear and helmets for Lotto-Soudal

Lazer provide both the eyewear and helmets for Lotto-Soudal
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Specialized S-Works Evade helmet for Quick-Step

Specialized S-Works Evade helmet for Quick-Step
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Distinctive gold eyewear and helmets for Bahrain-Merida

Distinctive gold eyewear and helmets for Bahrain-Merida
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The Sportful Trek-Segafredo jersey for 2017

The Sportful Trek-Segafredo jersey for 2017
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Nibali wears Rudy Project eyewear and helmet

Nibali wears Rudy Project eyewear and helmet
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Trek-Segafedo's jersey was voted the best of 2017 by Cyclingnews readers

Trek-Segafedo's jersey was voted the best of 2017 by Cyclingnews readers
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Mark Renshaw in the 2017 Dimension Data kit

Mark Renshaw in the 2017 Dimension Data kit
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The FDJ 2017 kit is made by AlZ

The FDJ 2017 kit is made by AlZ
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Luis Leon Sanchez in Astana's 2017 jersey

Luis Leon Sanchez in Astana's 2017 jersey
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Bora-Hansgrohe's jersey

Bora-Hansgrohe's jersey
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Bora-Hansgrohe wear Specialized shoes and helmets, with Adidas eyewear

Bora-Hansgrohe wear Specialized shoes and helmets, with Adidas eyewear
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Giro helmets and BollŽ eyewear for Katusha-Alpecin

Giro helmets and BollŽ eyewear for Katusha-Alpecin
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BMC Racing Team have Assos kit, Oakley eyewear and Giro helmets

BMC Racing Team have Assos kit, Oakley eyewear and Giro helmets
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Shimano S-Phyre clothing for LottoNL-Jumbo

Shimano S-Phyre clothing for LottoNL-Jumbo
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GSG kit, Eko• helmets and BollŽ eyewear for AG2R La Mondiale

GSG kit, Eko• helmets and BollŽ eyewear for AG2R La Mondiale
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FDJ's AlŽ kit and BBB helmets

FDJ's AlŽ kit and BBB helmets
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Abus helmets, Adidas eyewear, Endura kit and Diadora shoes for Movistar

Abus helmets, Adidas eyewear, Endura kit and Diadora shoes for Movistar
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POC offer a range of eyewear styles for the Cannondale-Drapac riders

POC offer a range of eyewear styles for the Cannondale-Drapac riders
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Exteondo provide Team Sunweb with kit and Giant supply the helmets

Exteondo provide Team Sunweb with kit and Giant supply the helmets
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Scott eyewear and helmets for Orica-Scott and Giordana kit

Scott eyewear and helmets for Orica-Scott and Giordana kit
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MET helmets and Oakley eyewear for Dimension Data

MET helmets and Oakley eyewear for Dimension Data
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Team Sky wear Castelli jerseys

Team Sky wear Castelli jerseys
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Each season begins with ceremonious unveilings of new kit to be worn by the teams for the upcoming season. However, in recent years it has become more common to have specific jerseys for training and even for specific races. Further to this, as sponsors and manufacturers inevitably change, as do team colours and designs.

The 2017 season sees a prominence of red jerseys with Katusha-Alpecin, BMC Racing Team, Lotto Soudal, Bahrain-Merida and Trek-Segafredo all opting for a mostly-red design. Movistar, AG2R La Mondiale and FDJ retain their familiar designs despite FDJ and AG2R changing kit suppliers. New WorldTour teams Bora-Hansgrohe and UAE Abu Dhabi adorn fairly conservative designs, whilst LottoNL-Jumbo, Team Sunweb (formerly Giant-Alpecin), Astana and Orica-Scott run similar designs to the 2016 season. Team Sky, Dimension Data and Cannondale-Drapac update their familiar designs and Quick-Step have seemingly gone for a throwback design from the early 2000s.

Shimano’s S-Phyre clothing line makes its WorldTour debut with LottoNL-Jumbo. Shimano also supply shoes and eyewear to the Dutch outfit. With Lazer, (bought by Shimano Europe last year) completing the team issue kit.

The iconic POC helmets and eyewear of Cannondale-Drapac extends to the teams clothing in 2017, with the red trim of the kit paying homage to the Drapac Pro-Continental team that merged with Slipstream Sports mid-season in 2016.

With Tinkoff folding, Italian brand Sporful’s presence in the WorldTour was under threat. However, with Bahrain-Merida opting for the Italian bran and a delayed announcement from Trek-Segafredo, the company has doubled its presence in the top level of the sport. The Italian supplier trend continues with Giordana providing both Astana and Orica-Scott with racing apparel and Castelli moving from Cannondale-Drapac to Team Sky.

Team issue helmets have long been a tradition with many WorldTour teams. In more recent years however, we have seen partnerships and official suppliers of accessories extended to both eyewear and shoes. The most prominent shoe designs are the teal S-Works shoes of Bora-Hansgrohe and gold, red and white Sidi Shots belonging to Bahrain-Merida. Peter Sagan’s second World Championship title earns the Slovakian the right to wear his own custom shoes and helmet to match his custom Specialized bike frames. Further to this, Sagan has a personal contract with eyewear firm 100% and seemingly has an endless supply of models to choose from, whilst his Bora-Hansgrohe teammates are equipped with Adidas eyewear.

Not all WorldTour teams have partnerships for each individual accessory and many riders opt for their own preference of shoes and glasses. The most unique of which belong to Adam Hansen, who constructs his own shoes from a single carbon fibre piece and a BOA ratchet positioned on the arch of the foot.

Cyclingnews has compiled a list of the kit manufacturers, helmet suppliers, as well as any partnerships with glasses or shoe brands. Click or swipe through the gallery above to take a closer look at all of the apparel designs of the WorldTour in 2017.

TeamKitHelmetGlassesShoes
AG2R La MondialeGSGEkoiBolle
AstanaGiordanaLimarEkoiSidi
Bahrain-MeridaSportfulRudy ProjectRudy ProjectSidi
Bora-HansgroheCraftSpecializedAdidasSpecialized
BMC Racing TeamAssosGiroOakleyFizik
Cannondale-DrapacPOCPOCPOC
Dimension DataOakleyMETOakley
Quick-StepVermarcSpecializedEkoi
FDJAléBBB
UAE Abu DhabiChampion SystemsMet
Lotto SoudalVermarcLazerLazerGaerne
MovistarEnduraAbusAdidasDiadora
Orica-ScottGiordanaScottScottScott
Team SunwebExteondoGiantOakley
Katusha-AlpecinKatushaGiroBolléSidi
Team LottoNL JumboShimanoLazerShimanoShimano
Team SkyCastelliKASKOakley
Trek-SegafredoSportfulBontragerRudy Project