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We are pleased to reveal the new 2018 authentic dart shirts of Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor and Adrian ‘Jackpot’ Lewis.

First up – Let’s talk about the new Phil Taylor 2018 shirt:

 

 

Taking us back to the colours that Phil won his first World Championship wearing, Phil’s new shirt has been designed in a spectacular red & black colour scheme which represents Phil’s journey throughout his career.

 

 

Every design element on this shirt has been calculated. On the back, Phil’s nickname ‘The Power’ has been made up of every single major title he has won throughout his career (and that’s a lot of titles).

 

 

The sleeve features 16 lightning bolts, each representing his world championship wins

 

 

This spectacularly designed shirt has been made in a lightweight, breathable material, making ideal for the 16 times World Champion.

Phil will be wearing his shirt at the Grand Slam this weekend, and you can get yours in time for the World Darts Championships.

 

Last but not least, we are pleased to introduce the new 2018 authentic dart shirt of Adrian Lewis.

 

 

In true ‘Jackpot’ style, this dynamic shirt design was inspired by the Jackpot. On one of the sleeves the ace of spades makes for a bold graphic statement, whilst the other sleeve features two stars to represent his World Championship titles.

 

Made in a lightweight, breathable material, this shirt from Target Darts is worn by the 2x PDC World Champion.

Both shirts are available to pre-order from 11am today, with a release date of the 28th November – just in time for the Worlds or the ultimate Christmas present!

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