Polo Shirts have been manufactured from 100% Cotton, a natural fibre that has been used by mankind for thousands of years. Cotton is kind to the skin and absorbs moisture, so it can help keep the wearer cool in hot climates. Unfortunately, whilst Cotton has its advantages, it also has certain drawbacks regarding its use in staff uniform – it doesn’t wear well, wrinkles easily and requires more care than synthetic fibres
The name ‘Ralph Lauren’ has since become a household word among fashion conscious people all across the world. Polo shirts by this famous name are available for both men and women, in long and short sleeves as well. For men, there are classic-fit big pony polos, slim custom-fit big pony and regular polos, classic-fit mesh polos, and classic & custom-fit long-sleeved polos. Besides the regular polo attire for everyday wear, there are Olympic Games and Match Stripe polos.
they represent the current state of the art in fibre design. Fabrics made from these fibres are already being used in areas as diverse as the military and Formula 1 racing and in the next ten years it’s likely we will see them being put to even wider use, in fact there are already Polo Shirts available for staff uniform and sales are beginning to increase.