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Our classic, tried and tested, double yarn polo shirt that is ideal for all uses, keeping its look and shape, wash after wash - a top all-round performer. Its unique double yarn pique provides an exceptionally soft hand feel and increased shape retention.
MATERIAL: 65% polyester/35% ring spun cotton pique.
Weight: Colours: 215g/m2, White: 210g/m2
Pique: A fabric generally used for polo shirts. Most commonly used is the single tuck pique, with its finer micro pique variation using finer yarn and a narrower knitting pattern. The double tuck pique has a characteristic honeycomb pattern with superior durability and a softer hand feel.
Polyester: Polyester is one of the most common and most versatile man-made fibres. Modern polyester fibres combine excellent performance and durability with high wearer comfort and pleasant appearance. Often polyester is blended with cotton to combine the advantages of natural and man-made fibres. Performance garments are often made from 100% polyester (or blended with some elastane), as modern polyester fabrics can provide high degrees of breathability and moisture transfer.
Ring spun yarn: Ring spinning integrates shorter fibres into the yarn by adjusting them with the longer yarns. This leads to a smoother yarn with a softer hand feel and higher durability. Russell only uses yarn that is at least ring spun quality or better.
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Our delivery is a market leading £3.95 to anywhere in the UK.
We know how important it is to receive your goods when you expect them, especially if you’ve ordered something for back to school. We aim to process and dispatch all orders within 7-10 working days at the most. We allocate the delivery service to either courier or royal mail based on the weight and size of your order.
We aim to meet these delivery times but during busy periods deliveries may take a little longer. Occasionally circumstances outwith our control such as extreme weather conditions or delivery service vehicle breakdowns will mean that some deliveries may be delayed.