August 8, 2019
In a new professional clothing brand agreement, Savage Apparel Company will become the official jerseys, shorts, and sideline apparel of the American Ultimate Disc League, as well as the Apparel Merchandise Partner of the AUDL, in a three-year deal for the 2020-2022 seasons.
“As a conscientious league built looking towards the future, an area of particular focus for us is to improve our environmental footprint wherever possible,” said AUDL Commissioner Steve Hall. “For Championship Weekend we are committing to the 50k Tree Planting Challenge, and so when Savage suggested that we take a look at their GreenLine jerseys, we thought it was a perfect marriage of timing and initiative.”
A new generation of activewear made from 100 percent recycled bottles, the GreenLine is an exclusive jersey series made by the Savage Apparel Company to help address the growing issue of climate change. Savage worked with a nearby partner mill to create a proprietary fabric specifically for our customers’ unique needs. The kit is lightweight, sweat-wicking, antimicrobial, comfortable, and sublimation-friendly — plus it’s rated UPF 50+, the highest level of UV protection you can get from clothing. You won’t find this fabric anywhere else.
The AUDL and Savage will work in conjunction to offer team jersey replicas available for consumer purchase in the AUDL Store beginning in 2020.
Philadelphia based Maestroe Sports & Entertainment brokered the deal.
About Savage Ultimate Company
Savage Apparel Co. was founded by Todd Curran in Charleston, S.C. in 2009. Now based in Richmond, Va., the company has grown to do all production in-house, from design and printing to manufacturing. Savage is committed to transitioning all of its products to the Greenline fabric in the coming months. Find out more at savageultimate.com
About The American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL)
The American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL) was founded in 2012 and is the largest professional ultimate league in the world. It strives to maintain the sport’s rich history, and its 21 teams embody the robust spirit of ultimate's players, fans, and community alike. The league's mission is to increase the visibility of one of North America’s fastest growing participation sports by creating fun, family friendly events that showcase the sport being played at its highest level. Visit http://theaudl.com