With Super Rugby Pacific giving a new flavour to Southern Hemisphere rugby in 2022, it's fitting that for the first time in two years, 2022 will also see all five of New Zealand's Super Rugby teams get a new set of jerseys to play with. As usual with Aotearoa teams, they're a broad church of … Continue reading Here’s every new New Zealand Super Rugby jersey for 2022
The Top 14 is one of the best leagues in the world, but while the teams are star-studded and the riches on show plain to see, the one thing the French top division is perhaps lacking is the heavy presence of blue-chip kit brands – asides from Toulouse and Nike and Brive with Adidas, the … Continue reading Rumour: is the Top 14 heading for a huge kit shakeup in 2021?
Before the start of last season, Adidas did a very silly thing for very good reasons. As part of its ever-expanding Primeblue range of garments made from recycled ocean plastic, the company decided that all five New Zealand Super Rugby teams would have away shirts that drew from the same ocean-based theme. A lovely idea … Continue reading 2021’s Super Rugby Aotearoa away jerseys hope to avoid last season’s colour clash fiasco
Back in 2019, the Crusaders made the right decision in choosing to ditch their old logo and it's unfortunate cultural baggage in favour of a new one that more truly reflected the team and culture of the local area. However, the decision came too soon for the jersey, and so they last season's jerseys (which … Continue reading The Crusaders’ new home shirt finally debuts its new logo properly
Harlequins have revealed a third jersey for 2020 following on from the away design that was revealed last month, and like a lot of Adidas change shirts for 2020, the theme for this one is about the ocean – which they're clearly taking literally in the promo photoshoot. Like the Leinster and Munster away jerseys … Continue reading Harlequins’ 2021 third shirt is ‘ocean made’ with recycled plastic
Harlequins have revealed their brand new away shirt from Adidas, and the pink and white number that instantly recommends itself by not being the godawful green and black monstrosity they've been wearing for the last two seasons. The jersey instead pays tribute to London, with a striking map of the city forming part of the … Continue reading Harlequins’ new away shirt is NOT a tribute to Eastenders despite appearances to the contrary