Northampton Saints have revealed their brand new 2020/21 home shirt from Macron, which sees the club return to their traditional green, yellow and black hoops after paying tribute to the 2000 Heineken Cup winning jersey with a predominately green design last season.
The hoops on the design feature a tonal pinstriped pattern, while the shoulders and sleeves are black, in keeping with the design they wore back in 2019.
Notable this season is the return of Travis Perkins as the club’s main sponsor – the building supply company have opted to use its ToolStation sub-brand since 2017, but to mark the 20th anniversary of Travis Perkins’ association with Saints, the parent brand has returned for this season.
Saints will continue to wear their 2019/20 jerseys for the Premierships final rounds, which kick off this weekend, donning their new 2020/21 kit for the first time when the new season begins in November.
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Looks great, especially with Tool Station gone.