How a botched launch and a conservative rugby public may have done for this year's most polarising jersey
The precise shade of gold of the Australia jersey has been a bone of some contention among fans in recent seasons, but now panel of former players, coaches and administrators has hopefully finally put the matter to bed by determining that the 1991 shade should be used going forward. The launch of each new Wallaby … Continue reading Wallabies vote to return to 1991 gold for future jerseys
The Springboks have revealed the limited edition jersey that they’ll wear when the British & Irish Lions tour South Africa next year, and it’s a jersey that is replete with nods to the nation’s rugby heritage. Most notable of which is the ‘vintage colour way’ of the shirt - it’s subtle, but the iconic green … Continue reading The Springboks’ Lions Tour jersey brings a bit of 1906 to 2021
The Wallabies have revealed a pair of new jerseys for the 2020/21 season – a sentence that seems wildly optimistic given everything that's currently going on in the world, but probably a factor in why the jerseys have not been officially launched yet. The shirts themselves are basically repurposed versions of what the Wallabies wore … Continue reading NEWS: Australia reveal 2020 Wallabies Indigenous jersey
Ahead of the Dubai 7s, the Blitzboks have revealed the jerseys that they’ll wear as they prepare to mount another challenge on the World Series crown. The primary jersey is very similar to the Springboks RWC2019 jersey, including the very distinctive collar, but the body of the jersey has a prominent tonal depiction only the … Continue reading The new Blitzboks 2020 jerseys are absolutely bananas
Last week, we examined the various jersey matchups from the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals, and decided who was going to look the best, even if they didn't play the best. As it happened we're batting at .500 with our little exercise, with half of the teams that we decided were looking the best backing that … Continue reading Rugby World Cup 2019 semi-finals – who wins the kit battle?