Scotland will embark on the 12-Test 2018/19 season in solid navy blue and silver home and alternate kits, revealed today.
The Scotland home kit incorporates colours principally associated with Scottish Rugby – navy, purple and white.
The predominantly navy shirt and shorts are complemented by a green trim and stitching inspired by the official Scottish Rugby Tartan, with purple gradient side panelling.
Here’s what you’ve been waiting for… the new Macron Scotland kit for 2018/19 season!
— Scottish Rugby (@Scotlandteam) August 20, 2018
The collar is a modern grandad collar with purple piping.
On the left pec, the Scotland badge is applied to the match kit in a jelly-glue, smooth silicone finish for the first time, with the Macron logo on the right in a similar application.
The Saltire returns on the left sleeve, in the same application and style.
The alternate kit moves from white to silver and features an embossed, horizontal stripe design, along with touches of light blue stitching details and navy-blue contrast panels on the rear, and across the shoulders.
The modernised collar also features here, along with the application of the Scotland badge, Macron logo and Saltire on the sleeve in silicone jelly-glue.
Both shirts are made from the unique, rugby-specific ‘ARMEVO’ fabric created by technical partner Macron last year, which combines durability and lightness with excellent moisture-wicking properties.