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Gloucester Rugby unveil new look home kit for 2015-16 season

The hoops are back! Gloucester Rugby are delighted to unveil the new look home kit for the 2015-16 season, made by XBlades.

The kit, which focuses on the traditional Cherry and White hoops, with black shorts and socks, provides a fresh new look for the club. Front and centre is the club's new main partner Mitsubishi Motors UK.
 
We are also pleased to welcome, for the first time, Stowford Press to the collar and, in their now familiar positions, our shirt partners Downton, Hartpury College, Olbas, StubHub and Sportlobster.
 
Gloucester Rugby CEO Stephen Vaughan added his excitement about today's unveiling of the new kit.
 
"We have spoken to a number of supporters and our former players in recent months about this season's kits, and following the recent revealing of the Academy/7s and European kit, we are delighted to show off our new home kit.
 
"With the black shorts and socks returning to the playing strip, we hope that we have found a kit that is synonymous with Gloucester Rugby, combining both a modern playing strip with a nod to the traditions and history of the club.”
 
Supporters can now purchase the new home shirt at the new Gloucester Rugby Store at Gloucester Quays, and online at www.gloucesterrugbyshop.com.
 
The new home shirt is available in toddler sizes to 5XL in both Mens and Ladies sizes, as well as a children's range which are all now on sale from www.gloucesterrugbyshop.com

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