Samurai custom kits and bespoke training and leisurewear ranges for football, basketball, cycling. swimming, athletics, volleyball, american football, rowing plus many more. Can’t see what you want? Get in touch.
Samurai Sportswear is delighted to announce a new long-term partnership with Mo Bro Rugby. The club will be able to benefit from Samurai’s bespoke training kit and leisurewear, making sure that everyone involved looks and feels their best in Samurai’s […]
Samurai Sportswear is delighted to announce a new long-term agreement with Kenya Rugby Union, which will see the partnership continue for another three years. Samurai joined forces with Kenya Rugby Union in December 2012 and since then, they have worked […]
We are delighted to announce that we have today appointed BHT Sports Inc as our exclusive US distributor for our extensive range of premium quality, made to order, individually designed, team garments for a wide range of sports including rugby, […]
Following on from Exeter Chiefs’ triumph in the 2016/17 Aviva Premiership, Samurai Sportswear is delighted to reveal the team’s brand new Home and European match shirts for the 2017/18 season. As Official Kit Suppliers to Exeter Chiefs, Samurai’s designers were […]
Samurai Sportswear is thrilled to announce the brand new OMG ICONIX™ test jersey for 2017. This shirt features striking sleeve pattern, which brings a retro feel to the shirt in true seventies style, to reflect the ethos of the team. […]
Samurai Sportswear was born in 1996 from a passion for great sports kits. We believe that teamwear is not just a uniform, it’s a performance advantage. If you look and feel great, you perform great.
The Samurai story is one of innovation, excellence and a quest for outstanding design. Our ethos today is the same as it always has been: Your Sport, Your Garment, Your Colour, Your Fabric, Your Choice.
We are an international sportswear manufacturer supplying high performance custom made teamwear to prestigious national and international teams, clubs, universities and schools in their team colours. Read More