Canterbury Open Hem Stadium Pants Kids

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Ideal for a wide range of sporting activities, the Canterbury Stadium Pants have been constructed for quick removal.

The Stadium Pants from Canterbury have been constructed from 100% Polyester TZ Tactel. This inclusion affords the wearer with a lightweight garment, combining breathability and durability with equal aplomb. The intelligent feature attached to this performance piece is the ability to remove and don the pants with superb quickness. This process is achieve through the full length side zips incorporated within the build. Completed with an open hem, extra detail has been paid ensuring easier removal is obtained when wearing boots. Completed with the enlarged CCC logo now synonymous with performance and comfort, the Stadium Pants work diligently to provide the two.

 

 

About Canterbury

In 1904 three men began making tough woollen garments in a small town in New Zealand. John Lane, Pringle Walker and Alfred Rudkin were English natives turned proud Kiwis. Such was their love for their adopted homeland, they named their company after the area in which they settled – Canterbury. From its very beginnings, this was a brand rooted in the New Zealand soil. Like the Kiwi landscape itself, it was rugged and uncompromising. When the time came to give the company a logo, the founders naturally chose three kiwis. Canterbury’s reputation grew. Years later, when the Australian and New Zealand army needed tough gear for their units in World War 1, they made the call to Canterbury. The result was hard wearing kit created in the harsh cold of the South Pacific but designed for the blistering heat of the Mediterranean. Canterbury was becoming a national institution, a byword for Kiwi qualities of trustworthiness, resilience and hard work. Inevitably, the other great New Zealand institution – the All Blacks rugby team – would eventually choose Canterbury too. Thus began an association that would last for decades and would etch three kiwis not just onto jerseys, but into the folklore of the game.

 

 

SKU: 001033 Categories:Bottom, Boys, Canterbury, Casual, Girls, Pants

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POEN HEM PANT E71260

Ideal for a wide range of sporting activities, the Canterbury Stadium Pants have been constructed for quick removal.

The Stadium Pants from Canterbury have been constructed from 100% Polyester TZ Tactel. This inclusion affords the wearer with a lightweight garment, combining breathability and durability with equal aplomb. The intelligent feature attached to this performance piece is the ability to remove and don the pants with superb quickness. This process is achieve through the full length side zips incorporated within the build. Completed with an open hem, extra detail has been paid ensuring easier removal is obtained when wearing boots. Completed with the enlarged CCC logo now synonymous with performance and comfort, the Stadium Pants work diligently to provide the two.

 

 

About Canterbury

In 1904 three men began making tough woollen garments in a small town in New Zealand. John Lane, Pringle Walker and Alfred Rudkin were English natives turned proud Kiwis. Such was their love for their adopted homeland, they named their company after the area in which they settled – Canterbury. From its very beginnings, this was a brand rooted in the New Zealand soil. Like the Kiwi landscape itself, it was rugged and uncompromising. When the time came to give the company a logo, the founders naturally chose three kiwis. Canterbury’s reputation grew. Years later, when the Australian and New Zealand army needed tough gear for their units in World War 1, they made the call to Canterbury. The result was hard wearing kit created in the harsh cold of the South Pacific but designed for the blistering heat of the Mediterranean. Canterbury was becoming a national institution, a byword for Kiwi qualities of trustworthiness, resilience and hard work. Inevitably, the other great New Zealand institution – the All Blacks rugby team – would eventually choose Canterbury too. Thus began an association that would last for decades and would etch three kiwis not just onto jerseys, but into the folklore of the game.

 

 

 

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