The Waratahs have unveiled two new looks for the 2020 Super Rugby season, revealing their kits for next season.
New navy panels on their sky blue primary strip and a predominantly white alternative strip are a subtle shift away from previous years kits, in their first uniform designed by XBlades after the team parted ways with Canterbury.
Their primary kit remains predominantly sky blue but features new navy side panels and navy shoulder stripes.
“It’s been a collaborative process between ourselves and the team at XBlades to get to this point and I think both jerseys look great,” NSW general manager of rugby Tim Rapp said.
“They’ve been able to maintain the tradition of our home jersey which is great to see, our sky blue uniform is synonymous with the state of New South Wales and something playing groups both past and present have a strong connection to.
“The feedback from across the playing group has been overwhelmingly positive.
“The teamwear and off-field range has also been really popular, it’s well and truly handed what’s already been a tough pre-season.”
The Waratahs open their Super Rugby season against the Crusaders on Saturday February 1 2020.