Niccolò P.

Racing Green Supima Cotton Polo Shirt

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£95.00 | £80.75 Clubhouse Price

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Racing green polo shirt knitted in Italy using smooth Supima cotton. A double-jersey knit is used (rather than the usual single-jersey) giving an incomparable, exceptionally soft finish to both the outside and, uniquely, the inside of the shirt. Designed with a stand collar, Australian mother-of-pearl buttons and flat-felled seams for a structured style. Classic shade of racing green.

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About

Niccolò P. (pronounced: /ni-CO-lo-P/) began in London in 2018 as a more structured approach to polo shirts: polos with the right amount of style to take you from relaxed meeting to the rooftop bars of the city and from airport lounge to poolside. A new gold standard made entirely in Europe using the finest natural materials available anywhere in the world with bespoke-level details added to custom, contemporary colours.

WHY WE CHOSE THEM

"Niccolò P. provides only the highest quality natural materials are used all produced responsibly in small batches by our European suppliers. Reinventing polo shirts, designed in England and crafted in Italy and Portugal. "


-Jonathan Wells, Features Writer.

KEY FEATURES

  • Structured style, true to size
  • 100% Supima cotton in a double-jersey knit
  • Mercerised finish for colour longevity
  • Fabric weight: 190 gsm (suitable year-round)
  • Australian mother-of-pearl buttons
  • Fleur-de-lis style button stitch
  • Garment sewn in Portugal
  • Mid-length front 'set-on' placket
  • Internal Niccolò P. label
  • Fabric knitted in Italy

SIZE GUIDE - SHIRTS

Racing Green Supima Cotton Polo Shirt

Racing Green Supima Cotton Polo Shirt

Niccolò P.

Fit is often the most important factor in why we enjoy wearing something. Our approach to fit is best described as 'straight cut', being neither overly loose nor overly fitted.