Voyageur Rugby Shirt

$115.00

The Voyageur rugby is inspired by a stripe pattern that harkens back to the 1700s.  Originally woven into blankets in Canada and used in part of the North American fur trade, this iconic stripe pattern has been resurrected in the form of a heavy duty rugby for whatever voyage you embark on.

Off-white base with stripes of dark green, scarlet, gold and brown.

Heavyweight 14 oz cotton, traditional 12-gauge knit rugby. Built to last.

  • Cotton twill collar
  • Rubber buttons
  • Double-stitched reinforcements
  • Ribbed cuffs
  • Hem tag
  • Imported

Care Instructions:

  • Machine Wash Cold Separately
  • Hang-To-Dry Recommended

Customer Reviews

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Patrick K.

Voyageur Rugby Shirt

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TJ
Great shirt and great wardrobe addition

The shirt is awesome. I got an XL, usually a L and it fits perfectly. It’s not too heavy and not too light. Will definitely buy more colors in the future

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Justin F.
Immediate hit; quality product

Great, comfortable, nice-fitting shirt.
Everything about it satisfying: the heaviness of the fabric, the rubber of the buttons, the brightness of the colors. I received 3-4 compliments first few times wearing it, which is always nice. Several people asked me where I got it; was happy to tell them the company.

I will echo other's sentiments that I would like to see these kinds of products made in the West, but it is- so far- a quality product from China.

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S.Z.
Unique and nostalgic

Withernot makes sturdy shirts in unique eye-catching color combinations, and the Voyageur shirt is no exception. The design brings back memories of my family's much-loved Hudson Bay point blanket - they may as well call this design "The Nostalgia Rugby Shirt!" In terms of sizing, I'm a 6'1" 170 lbs gent, and went with a medium. It fits well and looks sharp, however next time I'll opt for a large for a more relaxed fit. As it is, I can't fit a tee shirt underneath due to the trim shoulders/sleeves.

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Joan C.
My Hudson Bay

My husband loves his Hudson Bay rugby shirt. He was a little concerned about not having a split tails and felt maybe he was supposed to have it tucked in? The only other issue was it was made in China. Too bad about that.