Stonemaster Rugby Shirt

$125.00

Inspired by the famous California rock-climbers of the 70s, dubbed the "Stonemasters".  This rugged navy, forest green and gold tri-stripe is an instant classic.

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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Ron S.
Terrific shirt

I had three other rugbies before this one. It looks great and somehow feels even thicker, stronger, and warmer than the others. I am wondering if the four I have are enough???

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Matt
True to form

How a Rugby should be built! Numerous companies are now offering a rugby with their fall lines, however no one makes the rugby constructed like they should be like Withernot.

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Haarald P.
The best rugby since 1987

I’ve been looking for one of these legit, heavy , sturdy rugby shirts for a while now. Style: classic. Build: sturdy. I can’t wait to break it in.

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TDS
Work of Art

This Rugby is a work of art... really all of the Withernots are and I now own quite a few of them. Comfortable and rugged, my Withernot Rugby's are my go-to for just about any occasion. The Stonemaster fits the bill when you're looking for subdued but classic colors and design... one of my favorites for sure.

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D.P.
Finally found what I have been looking for

I remember from years ago my favorite shirt. It was a rugby, heavy weight fabric, cuffed sleeves, twill collar, rubber buttons, and vibrant colors. I had several. And then they disappeared. No one seemed to sell them. Time passed, fabrics evolved, and everything became moisture-wicking, synthetic, form fitting athletic clothes. Still nice, but sometimes its nice to just wear a cotton shirt.

So I searched, and searched, and searched. I googled. I found this shirt. It is AWESOME. It is how I remember the rubgy. Withernot's designers need to get working and make more color combinations.

I'm 5'8" and about 185 lbs., all muscle. I wear a large after trying a medium (to narrow).