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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 is delighted to reveal the new OMG ICONIX™ test jerseys for the Samurai Barracudas team, to be debuted at the iPro Sport Super Sevens Series on 7th May. The home shirt features a bold geographic design with contrasting […]
Samurai Sportswear are delighted to reveal their latest OMG ICONIX™ test jersey for the England Development IPF 7s, in association with the RFU Injured Players Foundation. The shirt will be debuted at the iPro Sport Super Sevens Series in Bury […]
Samurai Sportswear is delighted to announce the extension of their partnership with Mwamba Rugby Football Club in Kenya, as their official kit supplier. Having signed a two-year deal with the club, the Norfolk-based custom teamwear company will provide Mwamba RFC […]
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