The Classic Polo.
Have you noticed the way they cover race cars in advertising? Hardly a bit of paint to be seen for all the sponsor logos.
The shirts that professional golfers wear have become nearly as cluttered. Two companies on the collar. One or two more on each sleeve, and the usual brand at the left chest.
But unless you’re invited to the Masters, you’ll need a shirt with a lot less fuss.
No equestrian emblems, sea mammals, or arctic birds on the chest of this classic polo. Take a day off from being a billboard and join me in my quiet, classic departure from advertising.
Tipped Polo (No. 6604) with distinctive contrast tipping at the collar and cuffs. Piqué fabrication adds texture by weaving in raised parallel cords right into the garment. One chest pocket. High-low hem keeps your shirt tucked in place. Ribbing at collar and sleeve. Imported.