Scotland have officially released their 2013-14 alternate jersey which is supplied by Macron. Scotland players Kelly Brown and Matt Scott helped to launch the kit and it will be first worn in the Autumn Test against South Africa at Murrayfield on the 17th of November.
Made by Macron, the jersey sees a predominantly white shirt teamed with blue shorts and white and blue socks. The shirt has purple panels on the sides and blue shoulders, with a Saltire design on the upper left.
The Autmun Test match against South Africa will mark Scottish Rugby’s long association with the Armed Forces International. Kelly mentioned “It’s smart. I like it, I was really taken by the new Scotland jersey that was unveiled last month – very classy. Now this shirt has some of the saltire in it and a bit purple too, which makes me think of heather.”
Dominic McKay, Scottish Rugby’s Director of Commercial Operations said “We’re delighted to unveil the new alternate kit and to announce that our match against South Africa will be the Armed Forces international.”
Marketing Manager for Macron Ross Cook said “After the extremely positive reaction to the Scotland jersey under the banner ‘a classic reborn’, Macron are very pleased to unveil ‘a classic alternative’.”