7th January 2018, 14:13 | super_league
Betfred Super League champions Leeds Rhinos unveiled their classic-looking blue and amber ISC strip in November, going back to a predominantly blue coloured strip after their yellow-fronted kit in 2017.
There will be no-missing Castleford Tigers in 2018, as they've gone for this brightly-coloured all-orange X-Blades strip for the 2018 campaign.
Super League returners Hull KR were the first Super League team to launch their 2018 strip following their promotion back to the top level. With the tagline 'Paint the Town Red', Rovers have returned to a red strip after turning out in predominantly white for the past two seasons.
The Red-Vee has taken on a slightly new guise at the Totally Wicked Stadium, with Saints kitted out in this smart looking adaption for the 2018 campaign.
Continuing with kit supplier O'Neills, the Giants have selected this maroon and bright-yellow striped combo for 2018.
The Red Devils have switched kit supplier from Raging Bull to Steeden in 2018, who have designed this four-striped number for the new campaign.
We are proud to unveil our 2018 home shirt pic.twitter.com/dOyajRxyUY— Wakefield Trinity (@WTrinityRL) November 10, 2017
Blue in 2016 and Red in 2017, Trinity have reverted back to this smart-looking white design by ISC for the 2018 season.
A team who always turn out well-dressed, the new season will be no different for the side from the South of France, as they released another tidy-looking strip for this season.
Our 2018 home shirt is a special tribute to the record-breaking Invincibles, who celebrate their 40th anniversary next year! ⚫️⚪️ pic.twitter.com/iOAV2BXJ1K— Hull FC (@hullfcofficial) October 19, 2017
The new Hull FC ISC strip is a replica re-make version of the 1978/79 to mark the 40th anniversary of the team that won all 26 of their League games to win the Second Division title.
Similar to a number of special Magic Weekend kits they have realesed in recent years in conjunction with their charitable partners the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation, Widnes have chosen a Newcastle United inspired black and white striped shirt for the 2018 season.
A closer look at our 2018 Home kit 🍒⚪️— Wigan Warriors 🍒⚪️ (@WiganWarriorsRL) November 22, 2017
What do you think? pic.twitter.com/Qf4JtUr7Dj
The cherry and whites have gone for a more traditional hooped shirt design for their 2018 home strip, designed by Italian kit manufacturer Errea.
Armed with new sponsors 'One Energy', the Wolves released their almost all-blue ISC kit at the end of November.