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Recommended by The Telegraph as 'the most authentic rugby shirt.'


The Stoker Jersey, in 'emerald' green is named after Irish writer Abraham 'Bram' Stoker.

It was in 1890, when staying at the coastal town of Whitby that he began is most famous novel "Dracula". Written as a collection of realistic (but completely fictional) diary entries, letters, and newspaper clippings, all of which added a level of detailed realism to the story that made it enormously popular at the time and has given form to a universal fantasy that has became a part of and influenced popular culture even to this day.


The Stoker Jersey is made here in England, and is designed to be played in, so is the most authentic jersey out there. The locker patch detail on the front, along with the Stanley Biggs Aero Club badge in red, completes this heritage inspired shirt.

The Stoker Jersey

50,00£ Standardpreis
  • Made in England

    Our Jerseys are 50% cotton and 50% polyester, with woven cotton collar and twin needle stitching on hems.

    The Aero Club Badges are 100% Wool.

    Wash at 30 degrees.

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