"The new kit looked superb!" said Hutton's under-15's coach Lee Waddell during their 10th successive tour to Italy.
The school chalked up a decade of rugby success in Italy and looked amazing in their new Kukri kit as the Under-15's from England captain Steve Borthwick's old school went unbeaten again.
Meanwhile, the school' First XV also wore the distinctive strip, sponsored by the Pride, Passion, Party range of England sports merchandise, as they celebrated a victorious tour to Gibraltar and Spain.
"The boys really caught the eye and not just with the way they played rugby,"added Waddell who was loving the new Kukri strip!
Hutton kept up school tradition by returning unbeaten from the annual three-match trip to North-East Italy. But it was a close-run thing for the lads from Preston, Lancashire who recorded two narrow wins and a nail-biting tie.
They kicked off the trip drawing 7-7 in monsoon conditions at Piave. Just 24 hours later they were in front when their match at Montebelluna had to be abandoned in the closing minutes due to a worrying injury to Sam Johnson. Then in the final game of the tour the side were trailing 10-0 at half-time against Verona, only to roar back in the second half and claim a thrilling 14-10 victory.
Hutton will be going all-out for success next term - both at home and abroad - hoping to be voted Lancashire's Rugby School of the Year for the third time in five seasons.
Good luck from everyone at Kukri boys!