Famous for their heritage clothing that features the trademark eagle logo British brand Lyle and Scott brings us a bold menswear collection that concentrates on classic slim fit designs with a youthful edge This polo shirt features narrow stripe styling whilst the iconic eagle lands on its customary position to the chest The contrast plain collar offers a break from horizontal stripes whilst the
A stylish addition to your workout wear, this mens Chambers Polo Shirt from Lyle & Scott keeps you cool and comfortable from the first minute of your training to the last. Made from a lightweight, moisture-wicking fabric for fast-drying comfort, the breathable fabric optimises airflow for performance pushing wear. With ergonomic cut lines for unrestricted freedom of movement, the ribbed collar and
Embrace effortless style in this T-Shirt from Lyle & Scott. Fashioned from pure cotton, this piece feels soft and comfortable against the skin. It features an all-over stripe print and is adorned with the iconic Golden Eagle brand embroidery at the chest. Wear it at the weekend with a pair of denim jeans and canvas trainers.
With its cool colour combos and crisp stripes our new Club bold stripe polo shirt gives a nod to the golden era of golf. Made in cotton jersey this piece comes with a three button placket ribbed cuffs contrast collar and a chest pocket bearing the Green Eagle. Keep the rest of your golfing outfit pared down and let this polo provide the sartorial edge.Features: 100% Cotton jersey Buttoned
Lyle & Scott Iona Merino LeggingsStylish and seamless, the IONA legging has been expertly engineered to produce warmth and comfort, hugging your leg from hip to hem. 4-way construction provides a tight fit that supports natural movement and breathability. Prioritising both form and function this base layer also features contrast panelling at the knees and signature branding on the waistband.
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