Short-sleeve poloshirt | Contrast collar and cuffs | Dual button closure at neck with contrast placket | Contrast left chest pocket | Finished hem.
Available in navy stripe.
Made in England.
John is wearing a size M.
(SKU: 0 | GID: 16820)
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Quintessential British outfitters Sunspel introduced the UK to the boxer short in the 40s. Since then, they’ve kept the nation hooked on their breathable cotton designs. And not just because Sunspel boxers starred in the infamous 1985 Levis ad featuring a stripping Nick Kamen, or because Sunspel’s was the polo shirt of choice for James Bond in Casino Royale—although that probably helped—but because their tees, briefs, and jersey knits are unbeatably soft.
Sunspel's Nottingham factory has been spinning luxurious cottons for six generations. Upholding both tradition and innovation, Sunspel introduced the UK to the boxer short in 1947 (a pair famously starred in Levi's steamy 1985 laundromat ad), as well as inventing the first ever breathable fine-mesh fabric. Most recently, in 2010, British designer Jonathan "J.W." Anderson was tapped to lend his forward-thinking approach to the heritage brand and take Sunspel into a new decade.