Winnie-the-Pooh Icon Polo
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Organic cotton mesh piqué polo jersey featuring an embroidered Winnie-the-Pooh motif on the left chest.
Two-button placket. Pressed cotton buttons. Flat-knit rib collar and 1x1 ribbed armbands. Split hems. 100% organic cotton. Made in Portugal from organic cotton yarn knit in the highest quality piqué.
Care instructions: Machine wash cold. Do not tumble dry. Wash inside-out.
Unisex. This item fits true-to-size (men's sizing).
“We’re known for our fast-paced drops and collaborations, but for a long time, we’ve wanted to offer more bread-and-butter products — really well-made, versatile staples that speak for themselves and can be part of someone’s everyday ‘uniform’,” explains Rowing Blazers creative director and founder Jack Carlson. “Over the past five years, we’ve resurrected the rugby shirt, made it relevant again, and now we’re doing the same thing with our polos.”
Our collection of organic cotton piqué Icon Polos features a range of colorways adorned with embroidered motifs like Babar, Sonic the Hedgehog, Winnie-the-Pooh, and our house croquet stripe pattern. “When people think of polos, they think of golf-dad brands,” continues Jack. “I want to make them fun, and approachable, and inclusive. The bugs are fun little conversation starters, small details that invite people into the Rowing Blazers world.”
The thoughtful and Zen-like Winnie-the-Pooh has been a beloved fixture in global culture since first created by author A. A. Milne and illustrator E. H. Shepard in the early 1920s. For inspiration, we looked back to his very first book: 1926’s Winnie-the-Pooh, wherein Christopher Robin, Winnie-the-Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Owl, Rabbit, Kanga and Roo (most of whom were based on Milne’s own son and his stuffed animals) first enchanted the world with their adventures in the Hundred Acre Wood. The book has since been translated into over fifty languages, including a Latin version - Winnie ille Pu - that remains as The New York Times’ only Latin-language bestseller.