Short Sleeve Raglan Henley
Blades dance across water as smooth as glass.
Oarsmen move as one.
“Ease up!” “Even it out!” “Power ten!”
For 171 years and counting, rowing enthusiasts journey to the English town of Henley-on-Thames for the Royal Henley Regatta.
As the victorious crew passes, it’s those handsome jerseys that tie them together.
Some say for life.
The Henley’s name is derived from the traditional uniform of the rowers of this very town. In the 1940s the Henley’s pullover style and round neckline (sans collar) were a welcome substitute to the ordinary polo shirt.
Short Sleeve Raglan Henley (No. 6962). Our version is a washed cotton slub jersey knit. A “slub” is a section in a piece of yarn that is thicker than the rest of the yarn, creating fabric with a one-of-a-kind vintage feel. Knit rib at cuffs and neck. Three-button front placket with faux shell buttons. Supremely comfortable. Imported.