New England Rugby kits from Canterbury

The new England Rugby kits were revealed today to much fanfare at Drybrook RFC in Gloucester, a grassroots Rugby club to represent the ‘back to basics’ design.

Here are Owen Farrell and Danny Care modelling the home and away kits:

Farrell

You can see the Sevens kits in the image below as well:

What do you think of the new kits? Will you buying one?

13 thoughts on “New England Rugby kits from Canterbury

  1. Can’t go wrong with good old plain white and pleased they have gone back to black socks.

    Danny Care appear to have spilt port all over his. He should be more careful, especially with his recent drink-related history.

    1. Yes wow good observation Rhydian, not a Welshman trying to get a reaction well here is a thing pink is a colour which is worn by men, shock, horror!

      Blimey Rhydian whats the 1890’s like?

  2. I’ve been hoping for a pink/purple kit again for a while. Pink is traditionally masculine but it’s also a very creative and inspiring colour (as is purple). Nice in between, but I know it’s not going to be popular with fans

    Happy with the home shirt too, good classic white. Might have been interested to see some coloured vents or something though.

  3. The away kit is pretty horrible, but then we technically should only ever need it playing Fiji away, although no doubt it will be aired in November. Was happy with the grey ones from a couple of years ago or the navy ones from 10 years ago. cant really go wrong with the home kit.

    1. to be honest, I always had “are you an Arsenal fan?” when England had a red shirt with O2. Then when the Sevens adopted Fly Emirates and had a red change shirt – same issue.

  4. Can’t see why anyone would ever buy an away kit, although if Quins had had this kit you would never have noticed Bloodgate.

  5. The dark kit does look strikingly similar to the famous uniform that Arsenal wore during their final year at Highbury, back in the 2005-06 season. Not that I’m complaining, as it’s a damn good look in itself.

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