Scotland’s Rugby World Cup Kits Have Been ‘Accidentally’ Leaked
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Jumping the gun.
Nearly all the Rugby World Cup kits have been released at this stage, bar a few notable absentees – with Scotland being one of them.
Gregor Townsend’s side are in a tough pool with Ireland and hosts Japan, as well as Russia and Samoa. But what will the Scots be wearing in Japan?
While their kits haven’t ‘officially’ been released, it appears someone in the Scotsman or Macron have accidentally ‘jumped the gun’ so to speak and released an image with both kits on display.
Stuart Hogg can be seen wearing the home kit, with John Barclay in the alternate. Both kits have a traditional Scottish tartan design on the shoulders, and to be honest – they both look pretty good.
Maybe something we said 👀 pic.twitter.com/ljINt5lDrR
— DavidBarnes (@DavidBarnes0603) July 18, 2019
— Cammy Black 🏴 (@CammyBlack) July 18, 2019