RE: PH hats, coats, fleeces and polos

RE: PH hats, coats, fleeces and polos

Thursday 18th April 2013

PH hats, coats, fleeces and polos

Discreet branding is the way forward for our new range, designed with the chilly weather in mind



We’ve promoted T-shirts religiously throughout the winter months, with the occasional deviation to hoodies along the way, and we always add in the promise that β€˜summer is just around the corner’ but finally we have admitted defeat and today we launch a range with a bit more warmth. Yes, we know this launch is bound to start a mini heatwave, but should that happen we’ll continue with the Ts!

The new range features discreet branding along with a small PH logo, perfectly suited to those who prefer to support PH in a more subtle fashion. The new range comprises everything from a smart polo shirt to a technical windproof jacket with caps and beanie hats along the way

Take a look at the new range by clicking here. We hope you like them.

Softshell jacket
Softshell jacket
Technical windproof
Technical windproof
Fleece
Fleece
Hoodie
Hoodie
Long-sleeved T
Long-sleeved T
Polo shirt
Polo shirt


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Discussion

BorkFactor

Original Poster:

7,073 posts

118 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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A PH hat?

Yes, I will have one of them please! smile

williredale

2,866 posts

112 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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I'm liking the subtlety of these designs.

billzeebub

3,827 posts

159 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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Excellent stuff, simple and subtle, will definitely be purchasing a couple of items. What about a Golfing Umbrella in similar colour scheme?...

..oh, and IPad cover/case?

TheHeretic

73,668 posts

215 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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So you release woolly hats after winter? Makes sense. hehe

jeremy996

163 posts

186 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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TheHeretic said:
So you release woolly hats after winter? Makes sense. hehe
Just a quiet nod to a lousy summer!

pad58

12,534 posts

141 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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Can I ask why is the PH badge so small?

The Game

2,324 posts

141 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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At last a PH clothing range for those over 10years old.

TheHeretic

73,668 posts

215 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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Does the 'technical wind proof' have a very complicated zip, or overly complex buttons, or something? Why is it technical? hehe

zeduffman

2,904 posts

111 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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pad58 said:
Can I ask why is the PH badge so small?
said:
The new range features discreet branding along with a small PH logo, perfectly suited to those who prefer to support PH in a more subtle fashion.

Garlick

40,601 posts

200 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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TheHeretic said:
Does the 'technical wind proof' have a very complicated zip, or overly complex buttons, or something? Why is it technical? hehe
Ask it a question and it gives a very detailed answer

guitarmandan

181 posts

103 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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pad58 said:
Can I ask why is the PH badge so small?
This.

And why isn't anything beige?

elephantstone

2,176 posts

117 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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Finally some clothing that you can actually wear in public and people will still think you have friends.

Garlick

40,601 posts

200 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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zeduffman said:
pad58 said:
Can I ask why is the PH badge so small?
said:
The new range features discreet branding along with a small PH logo, perfectly suited to those who prefer to support PH in a more subtle fashion.
He's right you know. It's for those that want a subtle range, and with coats and hats small logos work best

TheHeretic

73,668 posts

215 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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Garlick said:
Ask it a question and it gives a very detailed answer
hehe

CaptainSlow

9,798 posts

172 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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Any chance of a cycling jersey in the new range? Would be quite popular, I can start a list...

pad58

12,534 posts

141 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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Garlick said:
He's right you know. It's for those that want a subtle range, an with coats and hats small logos work best
Ah that's not me then I don't do subtlehehe
But seriously a tad larger on the polo/fleeces ,else would hardly be noticed methinks.
A sort of PH AND PROUD angle....

fatboy69

8,536 posts

147 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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guitarmandan said:
This.

And why isn't anything beige?
Because beige is for old people who still drive around in Austin Maxi's - as i saw in Gloucester this afternoon.

Therefore beige is wrong!!!!!!!

guitarmandan

181 posts

103 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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fatboy69 said:
Because beige is for old people who still drive around in Austin Maxi's - as i saw in Gloucester this afternoon.

Therefore beige is wrong!!!!!!!
Correlation doesn't imply causation. Perhaps beige is entirely right and it's Austin Maxi's that are to blame.

In fact, there's no perhaps about it... Beige cycling jerseys anybody?

Garlick

40,601 posts

200 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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pad58 said:
Ah that's not me then I don't do subtlehehe
But seriously a tad larger on the polo/fleeces ,else would hardly be noticed methinks.
A sort of PH AND PROUD angle....
Never say never smile

This range is to appeal to those who comment that our normal designs are too loud! We aim to please everyone if possible

Garlick

40,601 posts

200 months

Monday 15th April 2013
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CaptainSlow said:
Any chance of a cycling jersey in the new range? Would be quite popular, I can start a list...
Love the lists smile

Trouble with cycling shirts is they all need to be made by a specialist sportswear company and stocking a large range (to keep all sizes in stock) is costly whereas other items can be printed/ embroidered on demand.

We'll do another cycling range but they'll always be limited edition with orders upfront i'm afraid.