England Sevens 2014/15 Canterbury Home & Alternate Shirts


The RFU and Canterbury have unveiled the latest shirts the England Sevens team will be trotting out today. The timing of these releases always slightly befuddles us, as the IRB Sevens series has been in full swing for some time now – why release a new kit mid-season? That said, it’s freaking April – new shirt releases are proverbial rocking horse shit at this time of year, so we will seize upon it like a roomful of grannies on a bag of Murray Mints – thanks England! Continue reading

New Zealand Warriors 2014 Canterbury Shirts


The only NRL club outside of Australia have had quite the chequered history when it comes to jerseys, from the wicker basket effect, the Maori jade overkill, the green paint splatter, the pink paint splatter, the pink lady face, the New Zealand flag, the-whatever-the-fuck-this-is, and THE FUCKING VOLCANO! Just look at it! It’s quite a resume…

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New South Wales Blues 2014 State Of Origin Classic Sportswear Shirt


With only a smattering of internationals a year, the biggest events in rugby league are undoubtedly the Super League and NRL Grand finals, Challenge Cup and, above all, the State of Origin series Down Under. Three matches played between players from Queensland and New South Wales that rivals the colour, intensity and passion of any Six Nations derby, with the added spice that most of the players are up against their usual club mates. Continue reading

Australia Wallabies 2014 ASICS Home Shirt


Japanese sporting equipment manufacturer ASICS has been making waves in the rugby world in recent months. After a few years of being on the fringes of the rugby shirt world, supplying a few clubs here and there, but hardly a major player. All that changed in 2013, when ASICS signed up two of the biggest brands in world rugby Australia and South Africa – a real statement of intent that puts the brand, along with BLK, as a new major player in the rugby shirt world.  Continue reading

Queensland Maroons Canterbury State Of Origin 2014 Shirt


There are many reasons why the Queensland Maroons go into this year’s State Of Origin series on the back of eight straight successes over the New South Wales Blues. Having a squad that for years has contained the likes of Cameron Smith, Billy Slater, Greg Inglis and Jonathan Thurston, who formed the backbone of the Australian team that won the 2013 World Cup (and should have won in 2008 too) is a major one, though frankly having a much better jersey is the overriding psychological one (well, as far as we’re concerned). Continue reading

Wigan Warriors 2014 ISC Home & Away Shirts


With the return of Super League upon us, to coincide with the imminent increase of pie sales and the M62′s carbon footprint we have decided to have a butchers at Wigan Warriors’ effort for 2014.

The team affectionately known as ‘The Cherry & Whites’ have had some questionable shirts over recent years and this seasons efforts could well go a long way to explaining why Sam Tomkins decided to leave the idyllic banks of the River Douglas for that absolute hellhole known as New Zealand… ahem… Continue reading