Scarlets Rugby Macron Jersey 2017-2018 | New Scarlets Kit 2017-18 Home Away

These are the new Scarlets rugby kits 17/18, Pro12 outfit Scarlets’ new uniforms for the 2017/18 season. Made by Macron, who had inked a new kit deal with Scarlets earlier this season to become their official jersey partners beginning 2017/18, the new Scarlets rugby tops were officially unveiled on May 5, 2017.

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Macron Kiwis Deal- Macron ink 3 year kit contract with NZ Rugby League

Click here to see the new Kiwis RL Macron jersey- worn v Kangaroos in May 2017

New Zealand’s national rugby league team will wear Macron at the 2017 Rugby League World Cup after the Italian firm inked a three year contract to replace BLK. The new Macron Kiwis jersey will be released soon, with the Kiwis first set to wear the uniform in their ANZAC test in May 2017.

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New Macron Scarlets Jersey Deal- Llanelli Scarlets ink new kit deal beginning 2017/18

Welsh Pro12 outfit Scarlets have inked a new kit deal with Italian manufacturer Macron that will see the latter make kits for the club beginning the 2017/18 season. The deal is for a period of five years (till 2022).

Macron are Scarlets’ fourth kit partner in the last decade. Their current deal is with KooGa and they have also previously had made kits by Rhino Rugby and Burrda.

Macron currently supply kits to both Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh in the Pro12, Northampton Saints in the AVIVA Premiership and the Scottish national team (both 15’s and 7’s) Continue reading

Super League New Kits 2017- All Super League XXII Home & Alternate Shirts

Here is a look at all new 2017 Super League kits, all the shirts from Europe’s premier rugby league competition. New uniforms will be added as they are released. Leigh Centurions are the new entrants for SL 2017, while Hull Kingston Rovers have been relegated to the Championship. ISC are still the dominant uniform manufacturer in the ESL, followed by Irish firm O’Neills. Continue reading

New Wakefield Trinity Kit 2017- Trinity RL ISC Home Shirt 2017

Click here to see the new Wakefield Trinity Away Kit 2017- released December 7, 2016

This is the new Wakefield Trinity home kit 2017, Wakefield Trinity RL’s new home strip for the upcoming Super League season. The club, known till last season as the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, dropped the Wildcats suffix at the end of 2016.

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New South Wales Ironmen Jerseys 2017- SW Irons RL Macron Kits 2017 Home Away

These are the new South Wales Ironmen jerseys 2017, newly rebranded club SW Ironmen’s new home and away tops for the upcoming Kingstone Press League 1 season, made by Macron. The Ironmen are the latest incarnation of the South Wales Scorpions, who have opted for both name and ground changes in the 2017 season. They will be moving from Caerphilly to Merthyr Tydfil this year. The town was once the biggest producer of iron in the world and the board opted for a name switch as they felt the “Scorpions” had been associated too long with a struggling team. Continue reading

New Glasgow Warriors Strip 2016/17- Macron Glasgow Rugby Kits 2016-2017 Home Away

These are the new Glasgow Warriors tops 16/17, Glasgow Rugby’s new home and away shirts for the upcoming Pro 12 season. Made by Macron, the new strips were officially unveiled in August 2016. The home kit pays homage to the 28 players who have made more than 100 appearances for the club, with their names appearing in sky blue on the black “Centurions” kit Continue reading

New Edinburgh Rugby Strip 2016-17 | Macron Edinburgh Home Away Kits 16-17

These are the new Edinburgh rugby shirts 16/17, Edinburgh’s home and away tops for the new Pro 12 season. Made by Macron, the new Edinburgh rugby strips were officially revealed on 10 August, 2016. The black jersey, with a chainmail design, is the club’s 2016/17 home shirt, with the alternate being a red one with subtle horizontal stripes Continue reading