Mackie A Fine Cotton Interlock Rugby Shirt
Made in England from fine Supima cotton, spun in near Manchester the ancestral home spinners.
We drew our inspiration for this rugby jersey from the origin of sport playing strips which dates back to early 1800s Rugby Town.
Here we knit natural ecru & white cotton into a fine interlock which is then cut on the bias for a superior drape and fit.
The Mackie rugby jersey is named for Jem Mackie, an influential Victorian who whilst a pupil at Rugby in around 1839, helped to establish carrying as a legitimate element of the game of Rugby Football.
The CV22 embroidered honour cap motif applique sits proudly on the left breast.
Fit true to size.