Pakistan are wearing a new kit.It has become a norm that thesponsors introduce a new designin every ICC eventBangladesh will go with tie-n-diestyle which was scoffed upon even in the 1990s.South African designers usuallyrun out of their trademark green clothand have to use a a yellow patchSri Lanka will be wearing one of thebetter kits. Its a relief that theyremoved the YELLOW strip at theback.England designers look like they need a break or a bigger budget.After the All Red kit they used in the CT 2013 and inthe subsequent series, they have just run out of ideas.So they used the top of the All Red kit and the trouserthe England kits from the early 2000s. Great Workguys! Keep it up.India will go with the same kit they usedin the previous tours.New Zealand will also be using the kitthey have been using for the past fewmonths. Makes sense to stick with it.Nice shirt!And New Zealand! No Australia. No NZ! Wait a minute.Ok thats David Warner so it is Australia. They havepromised the fans that if an Aus v NZ match arises, they will make sure that it seems as if the new LEDTV are incapable of displaying sharp colours.What happened to the Golden strips?Netherlands stick with their trade mark orange with shades of blue at the sides.Zimbabwe will be sticking to their Redswhich makes sense since someone has to look graceful in Red (See England)Nepal will be going with Blue, which I believe istheir trademark colour.And UAE will be wearing dusty grey at the Worldevent.Ireland will add a burst of blue to their traditionalgreen.Hong Kong will be wearing black.Why? I dont know? I dont watch theirgames.Afghanistan will return toblue after a bold grey in the lastedition.And West Indies, the defending champs,will be wearing a decent strip exceptfor the blue stripe above the waist.What was the R&D behind this? Do playersperform better with a blue stripe ordoes it bother the opposing teams?I couldn’t find any explanation for thisstripe. I’m sorry.