Wales have today unveiled their new kit for the Rugby World Cup and the next two years.
This is the first image to be released of the new jersey, which features gold trim for the first time in history and is being worn against Ireland at the Millennium Stadium.
The jersey's predominant colour is traditional red, while the shorts return to white. A new anthracite away kit will be unveiled when Wales play Italy on September 5.
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Scott Williams of Wales removes his jacket to reveal the new World Cup shirt
The kit is manufactured by Under Armour and will be worn by the men's, women's and age grade sides until 2017.
Authentic jerseys are available from WRU outlets (online and in store) at the WRU price of £79.99 and replica jerseys at £49.99.
The kit launched today will also be available to buy in its Rugby World Cup version at a price of £84.99 or £54.99 for a replica.
Wales captain for the day Scott Williams said: “We’re delighted to wearing and releasing the new Wales range by Under Armour.
“They have always shown commitment, passion and cutting edge development to the Wales kit and they have continued that with the new range.”
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The new Wales training top
The WRU describe the trim as 'Welsh gold, inspired by the highly prized rarity once found in Welsh mines'.
The shoulders also feature ‘Oxblood’ detail across the shoulders, according to the Union. The Union say: "Oxblood was used in buildings like the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, on the Llangollen canal, where it was added to the lime mortar used to bind the masonry together following ancient superstition that the blood of a strong animal would strengthen a building or structure."
The range will be available from other major retailers from Monday.