New Zealand’s first rugby-themed kit has been unveiled, with the jersey design, collar, neckline and collar detail all featuring the colours of the Wallabies colours.
The new kit, which was unveiled by New Zealand coach Steve Hansen, also features the jersey of the rugby sevens team, with a white jersey and blue collar.
The rugby seven s jersey was the first jersey worn by the Wallaby squad, with former captain and current coach Kieran Read leading the charge to change it in the last six months.
The design of the jersey is all inspired by the colours that represent the colours and territories of New Zealand.
The jersey features a combination of New York City and New Zealand City Rugby, the national rugby union team’s home, as well as the Wallas’ national colours, white and blue.
The team will wear the jersey at the 2019 Rugby World Cup, and the jersey will be unveiled to the public at the Rugby World Rugby Awards on Saturday.
The Wallabies have been in New Zealand this year for the first time since they left the European Rugby Championship to compete in the Rugby Championship.
They played their first test match at Eden Park against the Walla Walla last month.
The Australian Rugby Union announced a deal to take the Wallahs back to Australia, but the Wallai have played in New York in the past and are currently preparing for the 2019 World Cup in England.