Boels-Dolmans are the latest team to unveil their new kit for 2017 with redesigned orange and black jersey and shorts.
The Dutch team has moved on form Bioracer, with Santini producing the kit in 2017, a manufacturer that the team will be familiar with as it produces the leaders' jerseys for the UCI Women's WorldTour, which Boels-Dolmans rider Megan Guarnier won in 2016.
Despite the change in manufacturer, the kit that Lizzie Deignan and team-mates will wear next year is actually rather similar to the old design, with the only major difference being the change in the colour of the panel of the front of the jersey from white to black.
Boels-Dolmans will be hoping to repeat the success that they enjoyed in 2016, which not only saw Guarnier top the individual Women's WorldTour rankings, but also saw the team finish top of the team competition, Amalie Dideriksen win the Road Race World Championship, and Deignan win the Aviva Women's Tour and the Tour of Flanders.
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