Men's Purruna-arra Jersey


Purruna-arra: To go through life.

“To go through life with connection to country, to community, culture and identity is vital to my wellbeing. Accepting my past and life experiences have lead me to adapt new mindsets to grow stronger mentally and spiritually. To go through life, to learn and to share knowledge is my way of paying my respects to those who’ve come before me.” — Kooka

The Purrana-arra Jersey is a collaboration with nationally recognised artist Shane Mankitya Cook (aka ‘Kooka’) — a proud Wulli Wulli and Guwa (Koa) descendant from Queensland, and adopted by the local Aboriginal Kaurna community in Adelaide, South Australia.

Shane’s practice as an artist began from a young age learning traditional painting from his mother, his interests then developed further into graffiti culture, street art and tattooing as he got older. These art movements are hugely prominent in Shane’s unique contemporary style. His works of art know no material boundaries from working on canvas, to participating in street art festivals, artist exchanges internationally and creating large scale murals.

Shane has designed Indigenous Round football guernseys and boots for AFL and NBL teams, created artwork for boxer Anthony Mundine.

Shane’s most recent enterprise is the Street Dreamz: Artist Mentoring Program, a project that is “Exploring identity. Creating change. Taking opportunities to learn and grow. Improving mental health and well-being through arts, movement and mentoring. Working with communities: Locally, Nationally, Internationally.” 

$10 from every jersey sale goes to support the work of Street Dreamz. 


  • Lightweight, breathable fabric
  • Reflective tabs on pockets for greater visibility
  • Large back pockets with additional hidden zipped pocket for extra security
  • Lightweight Vizlon YKK zip
  • Low profile collar
  • Internal elastic waist hem

Social Fit in Male and Female cuts

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Free shipping on orders over $150 Australia wide.

Had a crash and trashed your kit? Unfortunately it’s a part of cycling.

If you have been involved in a crash and have damaged your KOS apparel beyond repair, then it’s our job to try and get you back on the road as quickly as possible.

Please email us at and we will provide you with a discount code to replace your damaged kit, or drop in to KOS HQ if you are in Melbourne and we’ll get you fixed up ASAP.

$10 from every jersey sale goes to mental health.

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