Scotland have revealed their new-look change kit that will be worn during the November Tests against New Zealand and South Africa
Using the 'Saltire' as inspiration, the new shirt has been designed "to bring to life the pride and passion that Scottish players are renowned for so famously around the world of rugby," read a press release on Wednesday.
Scotland take to the field wearing the new kit for the first time against reigning Rugby World Cup holders and recently crowned Rugby Championship winners, New Zealand at Murrayfield on November 10.
"Playing for your country is one of the highest honours a rugby player can achieve and running onto the pitch at Murrayfield with the St. Andrew's Cross across our chest will be a "hairs on the back of the neck" moment," said Scotland and Edinburgh hooker Ross Ford.
Scotland face tough opposition in this year's three Tests against New Zealand, new world number two ranked side and 2007 Rugby World Cup winners South Africa and Tonga, but the team will be looking to build on their successful summer tour against the Southern Hemisphere sides where they won all three fixtures including a nail-biting encounter with Australia.