The black sleeves on the jersey - which is made by Champion System – have gone to be replaced by white for an almost entirely white jersey. The design on the front of the jersey is much simpler, making for a cleaner look in 2019.
The team's name sits on the top half of the jersey with UAE the most prominent lettering on the front. Their sponsor Emirates is written in white lettering on a red band across the centre of the chest. Underneath that the UAE flag spans the width of the jersey in a narrow band, with the team's various sponsors dotted around the remainder of the jersey. While the jersey has added white, the team has opted to stick with black shorts.
Aru's jersey has been customised on the sleeves with the stripes of the Italian flag as former Italian national champion, while Kristoff has the stars and blue strips as a past European Champion.
UAE Team Emirates have made a number of changes within their team for next season, including the signing of Fernando Gaviria. The Colombian moves to the team from Quick-Step Floors and won't be seen in his new kit until he makes his debut with the team next month.
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