Hull KR have released their third kit for the 2023 season and their second alternate kit.
After releasing a smart and sleek home shirt for next season with a red base and white sleeves and nothing to distract from the simplicity and sleekness of the look.
The first away kit they released is a homage to their 1983 win over Queensland in the wet.
The jersey echoes Queensland’s quintessential look with a maroon base and golden detailing to adorn the look.
It’s a shirt that the Maroons themselves would have been happy to wear themselves.
However, the maroon look calls for an extra alternate look and they have produced a blue jersey broken into a series of diamonds which are red and various shades of blue including a diamond like shade of blue.
The shorts are a dark blue as are the socks creating a lovely overall look like nothing we have seen in Super League before.
The Robins are set to be one of the best looking teams in Super League in 2023.
HERE. IT. IS. 💎
— Hull KR (@hullkrofficial) November 10, 2022
They have a new look kit and will have a new look side in 2023 after acquiring a number of top signings like Tom Opacic from the NRL as well as James Batchelor from Wakefield Trinity and Sam Luckley from the Salford Red Devils.
They also have a new coach in the shape of Willie Peters too.