Adidas has unveiled a new jersey for the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team. The jersey, which comes after two years of development in collaboration with the team itself, features a new fabric which has been digitally woven together. This manufacturing process is said to help reduce the likelihood of ripping, while helping retain the jersey's shape under the special demands of the game. According to Adidas, this is the strongest rugby jersey the brand has ever created. The fabric also offers a four-way stretch, for a more personalized fit, which some of the All Blacks members have tested and helped improve during the two-year development period. The new design was unveiled for the first time when the All Blacks played Ireland in Chicago on Nov. 5.