Leeds Rhinos have launched their new look home kit for 2017 with an amber kit featuring the traditional blue and amber bands on the sleeve.
The kit was officially launched on the club’s Facebook page with renowned speed artist Dave Sharp, who appeared on the 2013 series of Britain’s Got Talent.
The home shirt features the logo of major partners Leeds Building Society on the front for the eleventh successive season, continuing the record of it being the longest partnership in the First Utility Super League.
There is also a special logo to celebrate Ryan Hall‘s testimonial year with the club. As part of his testimonial, £1 from every shirt sold will be donated to Hall’s testimonial fund by the club.
The 2017 season marks 20 years since the club became known as the Rhinos and to mark the occasion on the back of the neck, all four of the trophies won by the club in the last two decades are included above the banner ’20 years of Rhinos’.
The shirt is available in store at Headingley Carnegie or online at www.therhinos.co.uk/store,
The front of the shirt also features the logos of associate partners Global and Berrys along with official kit suppliers ISC.
The sleeves have the branding of Leeds Beckett University with two more partners on the back of the shirt with Quest joined by LSS Waste Management.
The playing shirt will also feature the logo of new associate partners FPS on the collar. The shorts feature the logo of Leeds Building Society and SMUK, the latter also appears on the calves of both socks.
Rhinos Commercial Director Rob Oates said: “We are delighted with the new look home kit and I think it really stands out.
“In 2016, we went with a very traditional look and we have looked to maintain a traditional element within this shirt but also offer fans something very different.