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Lyle & Scott Men's T-Shirts

Lyle & Scott men's t-shirts are a classic British style. The brand has been producing high-quality menswear since 1874. Originally they specialised in knitwear, but have since expanded their range to include trousers, jackets, t-shirts and their signature polo shirts.

Since the 1960s their clothing has sported the famous Lyle & Scott eagle motif. This motif was inspired by the golfing term for two shots under par. It also represents their reputation for quality and reliability.

Classic t-shirts

Lyle & Scott men's t-shirts come in a variety of styles, including short sleeve, long sleeve and sleeveless vests. Made of 100% cotton and machine washable, they are a classic addition to any man's wardrobe.

One of their most iconic items is the polo shirt, which comes in a variety of colours and patterns. Polo shirts have three buttons at the neckline and a neat fabric collar. They look equally good unbuttoned as they do buttoned right to the top.

As worn by…

Plenty of celebrities and famous names have been spotted wearing Lyle & Scott polo shirts and t-shirts. Singers Gary Barlow and Harry Styles have been snapped in Lyle & Scott, so have Sheffield indie rockers the Arctic Monkeys. Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo is also rumoured to be a fan.

The brand even comes with royal approval. In 1975 it was appointed a Royal Warrant by HRH, The Duke of Edinburgh.

Golfing heritage

As well as their classic polo shirts, Lyle & Scott are famous for their golf wear, which they have been producing since the 1960s.

Their diamond jumpers have graced the greens of the world's most famous golf courses. A-list golfers like Bob Hope, Sean Connery and Bing Crosby have all worn Lyle & Scott. Not to mention great golfing legends like Tony Jacklin, Sandy Lyle and Gary Player.


If you're going for the golfing look, team up your Lyle & Scott jumper with a polo shirt, trousers and a set of golf clubs.

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