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Canterbury

Canterbury is a company founded in 1904 by three Englishmen: John Lane, Pringle Walker and Alfred Rudkin. At the beginning, the company made woollen clothes in the city of Canterbury in New Zealand.
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At the time of its launch, the highly technical and resistant products were very popular in the country of the kiwi, so much so that the New Zealand and Australian army appealed to the company to produce their military equipment during the First World War. The founders naturally adopted the strong symbol of New Zealand: the kiwi (bird) to make their logo.

Canterbury has become a true national institution synonymous with quality, reliability and durability, That is why the brand has become the official supplier of the All Blacks for many decades. Today the brand is the official equipment supplier of the team of Ireland!

Canterbury, rugby values

Canterbury shares the values ​​of rugby: the love and passion of this sport for a very wide audience (man, woman and child). It is in this perspective that the company creates ranges of products for the community gathered around the same passion.

For more than a century, Canterbury has been producing quality products. At each stage of manufacturing, the company sets itself the challenge of finding innovations to improve the performance and comfort of their ranges. Leader in the field of innovation: rugby collar, rubber button and technical underlayment, Canterbury still continues to innovate.

Canterbury: The lifestyle collection

"Lifestyles" products are made of thick, comfortable cotton with reinforced stitching and rubber buttons. They are true winks to the past of the brand. Trendy and modern, each piece is made with pretty details.

Equipment supplier of the Ireland team

Canterbury is the official equipment supplier for the Irish rugby team. The 2019 jersey designed for rugby team will be visible at the Guinness 6 Nations Tournament or at the Rugby World Cup, which will take place in Japan from September 20 to November 2, 2019.

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