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Canterbury
Article code AZ_Alkmaar_2008-2009_M
€28,88
(€34,94 Incl. tax)
in stock
Canterbury football shirt AZ Alkmaar 2008/09
Size: M (unisex)
Condition: 9.5 / 10 (used) Read more
Canterbury
AZ Alkmaar
Canterbury football shirt AZ Alkmaar 2008/09
Size: M (unisex)
Condition: 9.5 / 10 (used)
€28,88
(€34,94 Incl. tax)
Canterbury
Article code AZ_Alkmaar_2008-2009_XS
€20,62
(€24,95 Incl. tax)
in stock
Canterbury training shirt AZ Alkmaar 2008/09
Size: XS (unisex)
Condition: 9/10 (used) Read more
Canterbury
AZ Alkmaar
Canterbury training shirt AZ Alkmaar 2008/09
Size: XS (unisex)
Condition: 9/10 (used)
€20,62
(€24,95 Incl. tax)
Canterbury
Article code Portsmouth_long_sleeves_2007-2008_XL
€41,28
(€49,95 Incl. tax)
in stock
Canterbury football shirt Portsmouth FC 2007/08
Size: XL (unisex)
Condition: 10/10 (new) Read more
Canterbury
Portsmouth FC
Canterbury football shirt Portsmouth FC 2007/08
Size: XL (unisex)
Condition: 10/10 (new)
€41,28
(€49,95 Incl. tax)
Canterbury

In 1904, three men started making cool woolen garments in a small New Zealand town. John Lane, Pringle Walker and Alfred Rudkin were English natives who became proud Kiwis. So great was their love for their adopted homeland, they named their company after the area they settled in - Canterbury. From the beginning, this was a brand rooted in 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 armies needed heavy equipment for their units in World War I, they called Canterbury. The result was a hard-wearing kit made in the harsh cold of the South Pacific, but designed for the blistering heat of the Mediterranean. Canterbury became a national institution, synonymous with Kiwi qualities of reliability, resilience and hard work. Inevitably, the other big New Zealand institution - the All Blacks rugby team - would eventually choose Canterbury as well. This created an association that would last for decades and that three kiwis would etch not only on sweaters, but also in the folklore of the game.