Why Do Cricketers Wear White?

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Cricketers wear white because white reflects internal body heat. This leads to a convective cooling effect especially during hot days bearing in mind the heavy gear that they wear. However, cricket teams can choose to wear other colours than white.
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There are two reasons for it; 1) cricket use to be called gentleman's game, and gentlemen use to wear clean spotless clothes, and white is a color which shows slightest spot on it
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Catholics and some Protestant religions baptize babies. Some Christian religions forbid the baptism of babies. The white garment is a symbol of the cleansing from original sin during
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We don't ;) However... Traditional chef uniforms were introduced by Carême who, himself, was a baker. He simply used the baker's uniform and changed the color of the neckerchief
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HAHA Simple. They wear white cos then they can see the red leather ball well (against the white background) In ODIs it's the opposite. Coloured kit 4 the players & a white ball.
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