Signature Polo Collection
Polo's were initially designed to replace the inconvenient "tennis whites", which consisted of a long-sleeved white button-up shirt. They were worn with the sleeves rolled up along with flannel trousers for tennis apparel. Thanks to the ingenuity of René Lacoste, a seven-time Grand Slam tennis champion, he designed a simple and widely popular polo t-shirt today. This included a white, short-sleeved, loosely-knit piqué cotton shirt with an unstarched, flat, protruding collar, a buttoned placket, and a shirt-tail longer in the back than in front. The signature “Polo" logo finally made its debut after Lacoste's popularity in 1933 and became well known in the 1950s. Polo shirts became widespread in the U.S. and were most commonly known as the formal tennis attire.
One of the Tri-Mountain short sleeve polo features is UltraCool® moisture wicking technology. Moisture-wicking fabric pulls moisture from the body to the exterior of the shirt where it can evaporate more easily. This feature makes their golf shirt's a favorite for the security industry. Another feature that sets it apart from its competitors is their safety features. With product safety being a high priority for customers, Tri-Mountain takes great care to ensure that the materials used to manufacture its products are safe, exceeds high-quality standards and specifications, and meet legal product safety requirements
B&A Uniforms is proud to present our Edwards' Polo collection. One feature that Edwards showcases is the freedom that they provide you to easily customize any of their products. Edward's readily provides embroidery and emblem decoration services, custom design and cutting or style modification and can even customize your very own private label.
is a significant player in promotional apparel. When you celebrate your 15th anniversary with several industry awards from ASI, you tend to qualify for the title. Blue Generation is dedicated to developing styles that use technologically advanced fabrics, resulting in superior-performing garments. Another way that Blue Generation differentiates itself from competitors is deciding when a piece of fabric is right for their market, that fabric is presented in a variety of styles.
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