The shade of green used by Meath has grown gradually darker over the past decade and, in our view, recent kits don't measure up to those used by the county when they were winning All-Irelands in the 1980s and 90s. In fact, so dark is the current shirt that the Royal County have taken to wearing the gold alternatives when playing under floodlights as visibility had become an issue, especially playing against teams in blue. The current jersey is due to be replaced at the start of the 2016 season.
As is almost always the case, the gold version doubles up as the change strip when a clash arises and is also the first-choice goalkeeper strip. White is used by the goalkeepers when required.