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Queensland’s ‘generation next’ have teamed with new apparel partner ISC Sport to launch the highly-anticipated 2018 Maroons playing kit.

The eye-catching new strip is available exclusively online from today at and in store across major sport retailers from Monday, February 12. 

Dane Gagai, Dylan Napa and Jarrod Wallace donned the jersey for the first official photo shoot as the Maroons gear up for their 2018 campaign.

Packed with subtle details, new features include state of the art 3D injection moulded chest logos plus a heat stamped hologram of the original QRL logo on the hip.

In another nod to the Maroons’ glory-filled past, the 1980s emblem is proudly displayed on the back of the neck. 

Jarrod Wallace sports the 2018 Queensland Maroons State of Origin jersey.
Jarrod Wallace sports the 2018 Queensland Maroons State of Origin jersey.

The iconic maroon base is lifted by bronze-coloured accents and also features a tonal chevron design on the upper torso.

“The launch of the 2018 Queensland Maroons jersey is a historic moment in the history of the ISC brand,” said Brett Corrick of ISC.

“A team’s jersey represents history, culture and tradition and we are proud today to release the official jersey of the Queensland Maroons for the 2018 series.”

Maroon Members can enjoy special member pricing and free customisation (name and number) when they purchase online through before Monday, February 19. 

With memberships starting from just $25, this provides great value for fans to access the latest ISC Maroons gear at member prices.

Maroons coach Kevin Walters said it was an exciting time for Queensland fans.

“I know there’s a lot of supporters out there who are eager to get their hands on this new ISC range and as the coach of the side, I can’t wait to see them in it,” Walters said.

“I get a huge kick out of seeing fans wearing the jersey, whether it is in the stands at Suncorp Stadium or in the streets during our regional fan day visits.

“The players also love to test out anything new, and I’m sure they will develop an affinity with the new Queensland Maroons jersey as we head into the 2018 series.”