New rugby kits: Super League strips for the 2017 season
Last Updated: 29/12/16 1:31pm
What does your club's new kit look like for next season?
Have the manufacturers stuck with tradition? Do the shirts have a retro feel? Or have they plumped for a complete overhaul?
There's plenty of new gear for the 2017 campaign but what's your favourite? Check out the strips released so far...
Jake Webster, Greg Eden and Gadwin Springer model the new home kit, which is made by XBlades with CBR Engineering continuing as principal sponsors.
"I love the new jersey, it's really impressive," said Webster. "We've had some great designs over the last few years and these colours look great on the pitch and on the terraces.
"I'm really looking forward to pulling the famous Cas shirt on for the first game of the season."
The away strip, modelled by Paul McShane, Michael Shenton and Adam Milner, is a similar design, predominantly black with an orange design across the chest.
"Our home and away shirts for the new season look brilliant!" said Tigers skipper Shenton.
The Dragons' kits continue to be manufactured by ISC and principally sponsored by Sud de France. The Perpignan club have moved away from the all-white strip they wore last season, this time opting for red shorts and socks.
Having sported an all red away kit in 2016, Catalans will be all black on the road in 2017, with a white dragon emblazoned across the chest.
The Giants have changed kit partners, with Irish company O'Neills replacing KooGa on a three-year deal. Bond It continue as main shirt sponsors. Michael Lawrence dons the new home kit, which has the Huddersfield Giant symbol across the chest.
Huddersfield's alternate strip, worn by Leroy Cudjoe, is an all-white number with claret and gold around the neck and sleeves.
The Challenge Cup winners' new-look home shirt, worn by new arrival Josh Griffin, is an alternate take on their traditional black and white hoops.
"I really like the new shirt, it's a great design and a really smart way of presenting the club's traditional colours and hoops," said Airlie Birds skipper Gareth Ellis.
The neon-coloured alternate shirt, worn by Mark Minichello, is a bold new look but still pays homage to the club's famous irregular hoops.
Leeds have opted for a predominantly amber kit, worn by Stevie Ward, which features the traditional blue and amber bands on the sleeve.
The 2017 season marks 20 years since the club became known as the Rhinos. To mark the occasion, all four of the trophies won by the club in the last two decades are included above the banner '20 years of Rhinos'.
Ryan Hall wears the Rhinos' alternate strip which is predominantly navy, similar to the kit worn a decade ago when they won the first of three successive Super League titles.
The kit features a royal blue band of narrow hoops across the chest and sil2ver narrow hoops along the bottom half and across the shoulder. The design is completed by royal blue trim around the sleeve and along the hem.
Leeds have also launched a heritage shirt, worn by Danny McGuire, which is white with blue and amber bands across the chest.
As well as wearing the kit in a number of away games, the Rhinos will also request to wear the heritage shirt in all Challenge Cup games to mark significant cup anniversaries for the club. The year 2017 marks 40 years since the Challenge Cup final win over Widnes, 60 years since they beat Barrow in the decider and 75 years since they defeated Halifax.
Leeds have also requested to wear the heritage kit for the home game with Wigan Warriors on March 31, which will be the club's annual heritage fixture.
Leigh have reverted to their traditional cherry and white hoops for their return to Super League, worn by Micky Higham. Kukri continues as kit manufacturer.
The Centurions' alternate strip will be revealed in the new year.
Salford Red Devils
Salford's home shirt is again designed by Raging Bull. The brief given to designers was to create a fresh, modern update to a classic Salford shirt from the 1980s.
The mainly red home jersey is broken up by four horizontal stripes across the chest and this same detailing is continued on the playing shorts.
The Red Devils will reveal their alternate strip next month.
Saints' home shirt carries the traditional 'Red Vee' rising from waist height up to the shoulders on a solid white background.
The lower hem carries an imprint of the club crest which 'adds extra detail to the shirt'.
St Helens have a new primary sponsor in the RCMA Group.
Saints' alternative shirt is navy with gold and white shard strips coming over the shoulder. Kyle Amor has labelled it "the best shirt yet in my time here".
The club will sport a primarily red home shirt in 2017 to coincide with their name change to Wakefield Trinity. ISC have come on board as kit manufacturers.
Wakefield's away strip will be a mixture of blue and grey, which compliments the club's new crest.
The Wolves have opted for blue and yellow stripes, worn by the returning Matty Blythe, with ISC and Fly Emirates continuing as kit manufacturer and sponsor respectively.
Warrington have reverted to a black and red alternate strip, worn by another returnee in Mike Cooper, instead of predominantly yellow.
The Vikings will take to the field in a primarily white shirt with black shoulders, which they say is a kickback to their 'infamous' 1989 jersey. They will also sport black shorts and white socks with black trim.
On the road, Widnes will sport a graphite marl shirt with maroon and green trim that also incorporates a steel sheen hoop. It will be accompanied by white shorts and black socks with a marl trim.
O'Neills continue as kit manufacturers with 'Play Casino Games' the main shirt sponsor.
Wigan's fans were asked to vote for their favourite home shirt and over 50 per cent went for this design, worn by France international Morgan Escaré, which is predominantly red with white horizontal pinstripes positions at increasing intervals.
For their change kit, which is worn by the returning Thomas Leuluai, the Warriors have opted for a chequer-box pattern of navy and purple, which were last used on away kits in 2013 and 2014.
It will be the first time Wigan have used such a design in 20 years with the 1995-96 away shirt featuring a blue and white chequered design.