Polo shirts were first designed by French tennis player René Lacoste and first worn at the U.S. Open Championship in 1926. Later popularised by Ralph Lauren in his 1972 “Polo” range, this usually short sleeve shirt with a flat, protruding collar is generally made of a knitted cotton piqué cloth. Harder wearing fabrics are made with a mixture of cotton and polyester. We supply the Henbury range of cotton and polycotton for their quality, duability and value for money.
The pictures below are a selection from over 130 available polo shirts, linked to our catalogue for full details.