Jerseys

Discussion in 'General Rugby Union' started by Haysie, Aug 7, 2008.

  1. Haysie

    Haysie Guest

    Hiya guys,
    at the moment our club has Canterbury cotton jerseys, but we're being left behind in this field. We desperately need a new material that clings to the body so that people can't rip the jerseys off your backs when you're about to burst through a hole.
    I'm thinking that either Kooga or Canterbury would be the best options in this department, but I'm not sure about which material is which (eg. what is sublimex? Are the polycotton ones the same?) .

    Please help! :cheers:
     
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  3. Sir Speedy

    Sir Speedy Guest

    Translation: We wanna look sexay ferda ladeez.
     
  4. Haysie

    Haysie Guest

    Rugby players looking sexy? Only in Wales! :p
     
  5. LULZ!


    But seriously, look into the new style Canterbury uniforms, thats what I'd do. The slimmer / tight fit ones are supposed to be good and breath well. I've never read a bad review of them.

    Also you could look into these:

    http://www.barbarian.com/index.cfm?app=con...a=genuineprofit

    Hope that helps somewhat.
     
  6. Sir Speedy

    Sir Speedy Guest

    Damn straight! :lol:
     
  7. bates

    bates Guest

    I would go for Kooga or Canterbury or even Adidas.

    Just compare the quality with the prices
     
  8. Haysie

    Haysie Guest

    Thanks very much, everyone who replied! At the moment I'm tossing up between Kooga, Canterbury or Barbarian. It'll be interesting to see what the boys think!
     
  9. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    Kooga make the best looking kits, but thanks to the way thy're cut, if you don't have a body like Charles Atlas they (or should I say, you) can look a bit silly.

    Canturbury shirts are f-ugly and as common as muck. Wear one and look like a twat.

    Barbarian are a bit like Samurai and Kuri - You get what you pay for.

    Rhino are actually surprisingly nice, probably pricey though.

    Cotton Traders are a classic design and hard wearing, although not particularly "stylish".
     
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