These are the new Jaguares rugby kits 2016, the uniforms that Argentina’s new Super Rugby outfit Los Jaguares’ will wear in their inaugural S18 season. Made by Nike, the new Los Jaguares shirts were officially unveiled on 5 February, 2016.
The new Jaguares SR home kit is predominantly black with orange trim, not too dissimilar to the one Argentina’s sevens team wear in the ongoing HSBC series.
The alternate strip will be orange with black trim, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading →
This is the new Broncos 9’s jumper 2016, Brisbane Broncos’ principal strip for the upcoming Dick Smith Auckland Nines tournament. Made by Nike, the new Broncos nines jersey 2016 was officially revealed to the public on 7 December, 2015 Continue reading →
This is what appears to be the Argentine national team’s new sevens jersey for the 2015/16 series. The Pumas have made great strides in the 15 man code, reaching the semifinals of this year’s World Cup in the UK, and will be hoping that their sevens team can emulate them in the new upcoming 2015/16 season Continue reading →
This is the new Broncos away jersey 2016, the new alternate strip for 2015 NRL grand finalists Brisbane Broncos. Officially made by Nike and unveiled on 21 October, 2015, the shirt features white and maroon panels with chevrons down the front.
The Broncos also unveiled a new sponsor, with National Storage replacing Pirtek on the back of the new home and away jerseys for 2016. The self storage firm have inked a four year deal which will run till the end of the 2019 season. National Storage were previously associated with AFL club Brisbane Lions.
While the away jersey is a completely new design, the Broncos’ 2016 home kit will be the same as the 2015 one, but for the small change in sponsors. Continue reading →
Here is a nifty little post where you can see RWC 2015 shirts for all 20 participating nations. We’ve also compiled some additional stats regarding kit manufacturers. Nine different companies have made uniforms for RWC 2015. Continue reading →
These are the new Saracens rugby shirts 2015/16, Sarries’ new home and alternate strips for the upcoming AVIVA Premiership season. Made by Nike, the new kits were officially unveiled on 27 August, 2015.
Sarries finished fourth in the regular season, but upset league winners Northampton 29-24 in their playoff semifinal at Franklins Gardens, and then proceeded to beat Bath 28-16 at Wembley to be crowned Premiership rugby champions for 2014/2015.
The likes of Maro Itoje, Jackson Wray and Will Fraser are here seen modelling Sarries’ new 15/16 uniforms Continue reading →