PRO12 champions Leinster have unveiled their home and alternate kit for the 2013/2014 season.
The three-time European champions Leinster have gone with a design that reflects "the long-standing heritage of one of the most successful clubs in Irish rugby, with a motif that emphasises the strength of the club," according to a press release.
The four harp strings represented on the shirt signify Leinster, with the pattern then dividing into 12 to signify the 12 counties of the province and the strength they project when all the people of the province come together.
Leinster will wear the new home shirt in match action for the first time at home on Friday 30th August, when they come up against Northampton Saints in a friendly at the Donnybrook Stadium.
"The new shirt not only represents the strength of our club, but draws on the sense of community and togetherness from the people of the province coming together," said Leinster Coach Matt O'Connor.
"These are the same qualities you see in rugby and the players will be proud to wear the new shirt for the upcoming season."