Earlier this week, the new 2016/17 Macron Edinburgh Rugby home and alternate kits - which the capital side will wear in the Guinness Pro12 and European Challenge Cup - were revealed.
As always, the Edinburgh home shirt features black and red as it's main colours, with a chainmail design in the v-shaped chevron pattern, red cuffs to the sleeve and under the arms, as well as underneath the collar.
Both home and away jerseys contain ‘est 1872’, the year of the club’s birth, which is also visible throughout the latest training range.
Edinburgh Rugby wing Damien Hoyland said:“The players are delighted with the new strips and can’t wait to wear them as we get underway with what is undoubtedly a huge season for the club.
“We take pride in wearing the badge and representing the fans and the city, and we’re looking forward to taking to the field in-front of our supporters in these excellent new kits.”
Jonny Petrie, Edinburgh Rugby’s Managing Director, said: “We asked Macron to tap into Edinburgh Rugby’s heritage while producing a striking kit, and we are delighted with the end products, which we’re confident will prove popular with fans.
“Also, taking into account the rigorous playing demands of the game, Macron has once again delivered with regard to the high technical spec of the kit. It’s another big season for the club, and the players will no doubt bring a lot of pride to the city, the Edinburgh Rugby badge and their fantastic new playing kits.”
Edinburgh Rugby home and away kits, as well as a full training range are available for pre-order now at rugbystuff.com, and will be available in store early next week.