There’s something about seeing grown men in football shirts. Whether it’s on Wednesday evening playing five-a-side or in the pub afterwards, those luminous, polyester colours weren’t designed for men to look their best. Football has been woven into the British DNA since the days of Tom Finney and Nat Lofthouse and before, so why isn’t the clothing style as timeless as our beautiful game?
“No more T-shirts. No more garish polyester team strips. No more sweat shops,” says Karum Sandhu, who just launched the Fivas clothing range – a new brand of football jerseys for both on and off the pitch.
“Fivas products combine functionality with design, so you don’t have to sacrifice style and comfort just because you’re playing or even watching football,” says Karum, who spent a year crafting handmade shirts until he found the jersey he loved, and that people were asking for.
Karum explained how the Fivas range is made from breathable New Zealand...