France Rugby 2016/17 Adidas Home Shirt

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Since Adidas took over responsibilities for Les Bleus from Nike back in 2012, the German firm has taken quite a retro approach to jersey design – with jerseys that often recalled France’s 70s and 80s glory years being the general rule of thumb. It’s safe to say that things are changing this season, however…Read More »

Bath Rugby 2016/17 Canterbury Home & Away Shirts 


When Canterbury signed up Bath ahead of last season, it would have been understandable to assume that the Westcountry aristocrats would be showcasing the company’s stellar 150th anniversary shirts at the sharp end of both the European and domestic seasons… that didn’t go to plan, to put it mildly, but both sides will be hoping for better results in their second year together.Read More »

Stade Toulousain BLK 2016/17 Home, Away & Third Shirts

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Things haven’t gone to plan for Toulouse since Guy Noves shipped off to take charge of Les Bleus. The most successful team in European history failed to get out of their Champions Cup pool, and a promising start to the Top 14 season ended in a quarter-final loss to eventual champions Racing 92. The aristocrats of French rugby will be looking to get back to where they feel they belong in 2017, and they’ll be doing it in three new BLK shirts…Read More »

Bristol Rugby 2016/17 Bristol Sport Home & Away Shirts 


Since their relegation to the Championship back in 2008, Bristol have endured a pretty torrid time of things – the club failed at the final promotional hurdle to Exeter, London Welsh and Worcester and endured various assorted other disappointments and heartaches in their eight years in the wilderness – but now they’re back, and with Steve Lansdown’s resources behind them, they mean business.Read More »

Edinburgh Rugby 2016/17 Macron Home & Away Shirts

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Last year, Edinburgh got themselves firmly esconsed on our naughty list for committing a double-whammy of jersey crimes – first up, they ruined a perfectly nice home shirt with some godawful chainmail, but the worst offence was the truly deplorable red-camo away shirt. We’re still having nightmares. Thankfully, we don’t have to look at those any more, and we have two new designs for 2016/17 – surely things can only get better? Read More »