These are the new Portugal 7’s kits 2016, the Portuguese national sevens team’s new home and alternate strips for the 2015/16 HSBC Sevens Series. Made by their new kit partners Samurai Sports, the new Portuguese rugby shirts were released in the last week of November 2015, just in time for the upcoming Dubai 7’s which will be the first event on the circuit this season. Continue reading
This is the new Kenya 7’s rugby kit 2016, the Kenyan national rugby team’s new kit for the 2016 HSBC Sevens tournament. Made by Samurai Sports, this is expected to be worn by the national side during 7’s fixtures in 2016 Continue reading
This is the new Sale Sharks kit 15/16, Sale Rugby’s new home strip for the upcoming AVIVA Premiership season. Made by Samurai Sports, the new home shirt was officially launched on September 3, 2015.
The strip is a newer, modern version of the uniform wore by Sale when they lifted the Premiership title a decade ago. The uniform will get its first run out this weekend when they take on Leicester Tigers. Continue reading
Edit– post updated on August 18, 2015 to reflect the official release of the new Cup/third kit
This is the new Exeter Chiefs home kit 2015/2016, Exeter Rugby’s new principal home shirt for the upcoming AVIVA Premiership season. The strip is the first of two new uniforms to be produced for the club in 2015/16 by technical partners Samurai Sports.
Exeter will wear this new 15/16 home kit for the first time their Westcountry Challenge Cup fixture against Bath. The away kit will remain the same as last season’s, with a third new Cup kit to be officially worn during the upcoming Sevens tournament at Kingsholm. Continue reading
This is the new Sale Sharks away kit 2015/2016, a fluorescent yellow change shirt for Sale Sharks for their upcoming AVIVA Premiership campaign. Made by Samurai Sports, the new Sale Sharks away rugby top was officially unveiled on 16 April, 2015.
Sale have proudly proclaimed the shirt to be “not just yellow, but Hi-Vis fluoroscent yellow”, and the strip will first see action against Newcastle Falcons next month. They’ve also announced that the plyers “were blown away” by the design. England flyhalf Danny Cipriani is here seen modelling the kit. Continue reading