Polo Plain Shirts
- Fabric Used In Polo :
- Fabric: 100% Premium Bio-Washed Soft & Smooth Skin-friendly Cotton Material
- Main Fabric Composition: 80%
Polo Plain Shirts For Men
- Polo Plain Shirts For Men – A great way to spice up a casual look thanks to its distinct texture
- Category: Casual Wear
- Material: Cotton
- Style: Casual
- Colour: Available On Demand
- Size: All Size Available
- Pattern: Plain
- Applicable Season: Applicable For All Seasons
- Collar Type: Lapel
- Neckline Shape: Round Neck
- Sleeve Length: Short Sleeve
- Length: Regular (65cm＜length≤75cm)
- Fit Type: Slim Fit
- Error: 1 to 3 cm
- Care Instructions: Machine wash up to 30°C/86°F gentle cycle
- Please look at the size guide before completing your order, as sizes vary from brand to brand.
- A polo shirt, tennis shirt, golf shirt, or chukker shirt is a form of shirt with a collar, a placket neckline with two or three buttons, and an optional pocket. Polo shirts are usually short sleeved; they were used by polo players originally in India in 1859 and in Great Britain during the 1920s. Polo shirts are usually made of knitted cotton (rather than woven cloth), usually a piqué knit, or less commonly an interlock knit (the latter used frequently, though not exclusively, with pima cotton polos), or using other fibers such as silk, wool, synthetic fibers, or blends of natural and synthetic fibers. A dress-length version of the shirt is called a polo dress.
In the 19th and early 20th centuries, tennis players ordinarily wore “tennis whites” consisting of long-sleeved white button-up shirts (worn with the sleeves rolled up), flannel trousers, and ties. This attire presented problems for ease of play and comfort. Until the beginning of 20th century polo players wore thick, long-sleeved shirts made of Oxford-cloth cotton. Brooks Brothers still produces this style of button-down “polo shirt”. Still, like early tennis clothing, those clothes presented a discomfort on the field.