The $20 Polo
The $20 Polo Shirt -Size Small to 11XL – Quality Value Fit
27+ Colours – Get one for every day of the month and save on washing Mate!
Sizes Small to 11XL
Quality, Value and Fit for Real Aussie Blokes
These are a great Every Day Polo Shirt with generous sizing and long wearing fabric
We have spoken to customers who have worn these shirts for many years and they still keep their shape and colour very well- no pilling, no shrinkage
Good choice for the more relaxed work environment
65% Polyester for durability, and 35% Cotton for comfort
210gsm double knit pique fabric, easy care and reduced pilling
Knitted collar with
Straight hem with herringbone tape reinforced side splits
Complies with standard AS/NZS 4399:1996 for UPF Protection
7XL only in White, Black, Navy, Gunmetal Grey & Bottle
9XL only in Black & Navy
11XL only in Black
The $20 POLO
The $20 Polo Shirt Sizing
Sizing – Lay your best fitting shirt out flat and measure across the chest for Your Size
You don’t need to check your partner’s texts or go on a quasi-spy mission to catch him playing away. Instead, just look at this clothes.
Gone are the days of looking through your partner’s phone to check his texts or going on a quasi-spy mission to catch him philandering. Now, there’s an easier way to see if he’s two-timing, according to a recent study.
Men who wear extravagant fashions with large luxury logos embroidered on them are more likely to be untrustworthy, according to a University of Michigan study published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
Males who own tees with larger brand emblems were “rated higher on mating effort, lower on parental investment,” researchers said, and have a higher interest in engaging in brief sexual affairs, the NY Post reports.
These men are also less interested in having long-term and committed romantic relationships, the study showed.
They are also less attracted to women who want these long-term relationships compared to men who own shirts with a smaller logo.
Another purpose of the study – led by evolutionary psychologist Dr Daniel Kruger – was to determine whether men who wear flashy clothes were more attractive to women or if women may be more attracted to men who are rich and can provide them with a stable financial future.
The study focused on the brand Ralph Lauren and its famous polo shirts with the iconic mini horse logo and shirts that contain its larger version of the logo.