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Rugger Crew

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A distinct piece in construction alone our RUGGER crew is built for training sessions, to & from gym days, or cozying up after a muddy practice. It's durable, heavyweight fleece allows for a traditional yet complementary fit. Flat lock stitching on all seams mean this crew can handle the rigours of a contact training session, but looks just a good on the touchline.  Handcrafted in Canada, this hardwearing fabric softens when washed and remains indestructible. The Rugger is Heather Grey and Dark Navy. 

  • 400 GSM Heavyweight Crossgrain Cut Fleece
  • 400 GSM Heavyweight 1x1 Rib
  • 100% Cotton Canadian Milled Fabric
  • Flatlock Seam Construction
  • Proudly made in Canada

Fit note: This style fits true to size.  If you're in between or prefer a looser fit, please size up. 

Fit note: This style fits true to size. If you're in between or prefer a looser fit, please size up.

True to men's sizing. We suggest sizing one size down to find your women's size.

How To Measure

- 100% cotton jersey proudly made in Canada

- For best care, wash cold with like colours

- Wash inside out and lay flat to dry

- Do not bleach

- Iron at low temperatures and do not iron any decals

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Rugger Crew


The Rugby Legacy

Often referred to as The Beautiful Game, rugby blends tradition, physicality, and inclusivity to create an extraordinary bond between players and fanatics. At the centre of rugby traditions is the rugby jersey - originally made from heavy weight cotton to withstand the wear and tear of scrums and tackles. Originating at Rugby School in Warwickshire, England in 1823 the game began as a sport played between boys independent schools in the UK. The rugby jerseys were designed to be strong and bold in contrasting colours that would easily allow the referee to distinguish between the two teams in scrums and tackles.

Made for Today

Today rugby is an inclusive sport played by everyone, and the rugby jersey is an element of mainstream fashion worn not just by weekend rugby Dads, but by celebrities (think Taylor Swift, Mick Jagger & Justin Bieber) and street style enthusiasts from New York, to Los Angeles to Copenhagen.