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REVEALED: Scotland’s Brand New Home And Away Rugby Kits

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Next season’s Scottish rugby shirts have been unveiled by maker Macron and, in our humble opinion, they look stunning.

Careers in acting probably won't follow rugby for these player
Careers in acting probably won’t follow rugby for these player

[dropcap]R[/dropcap]ather than being a vast departure from the popular Rugby World Cup shirts, as some feared, the navy Home kit is more of an evolution featuring some really nice design elements.

Scottish Rugby Home ShirtThere’s a retro white stripe across the shoulders, a return to the classic white collar of previous Scotland shirts and subtle yet patriotic tartan tinges under the collar and around the waistband.

The tartan theme continues with an innovative pattern embossed on the back of the shirt, with purple reinforced stitching used to finish the seams.

The general consensus from us it that it looks really smart and reminds us of a mix between the classic Scottish rugby and football shirts.

However, it’s the Away kit where we really see the big changes with a return to the much loved 1990’s white with blue stripes style.

Scottish Rugby Away ShirtAgain there is unique detailing with thistle green and purple pinstripe colouring being added to the shirt sleeves and under the collar to represent the colours of the Scottish internationalists’ ties.

The Home and Away kits come with white and blue shorts respectively, but both feature flashes of tartan around the leg.

The replica shirts are made to be non stretch and skin tight. Thankfully, for us bigger supporters, we can buy them in regular fit.

If you want to be the first to sport the new shirts and show your pride, they are now available to Pre Order HERE ahead of hitting the shelves.

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What do you think of Macron’s 2016/17 Scottish Rugby shirts? Do you love ’em or loath ’em? Let us know in the comments below.

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  1. I like the shirts, but we used to update them once every two years, maybe away once a year. Also, £63 is a lot for a replica rugby shirt! Sorry to sound all pessimistic, I’ve already spent £260 on two season tickets and £55 last season on a jersey! Am I sounding too Scottish and stingy?

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