Rowing Blazers

Dark Green Cotton South Africa 1906 Authentic Heavyweight Rugby Jersey

$ 234 Includes tax for United Kingdom

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  • Product Notes

    This is a replica of South Africa's 1906-1907 tour jersey, the one that earned them the nickname, the Springboks. In 1994 the African National Congress government voted to replace the springbok as the nation’s sporting emblem with the king protea flower. President Nelson Mandela famously intervened to allow the rugby team to retain its springbok badge. The very next year, newly democratic South Africa hosted the rugby World Cup. In one of the nation's greatest sporting moments, South Africa won, and Mandela, dressed in a Springboks jersey, presented the trophy to team captain Francois Pienaar. This jerset feels terrific. Made from pure cotton knit in the traditional 12-gauge style, it has a classic rugby collar, ribbed cuffs and a two-button placket. This design was a collaboration with Sports D'Epoque.


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  • Size Notes

    ROWING BLAZERS

    UK

    EU

    XS

    34

    44

    S

    36

    46

    M

    38

    48

    L

    40

    50

    XL

    42

    52

    XXL

    44

    54

    3XL

    46

    56

  • Materials and Care Notes
    100% Cotton
  • Delivery & returns

    This product is in the USA. It will be dispatched in 8-10 working days.


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