Olorun is a premium teamwear brand with a growing international reputation for stylish, high quality, high performance kit as worn by the Swedish Women’s World Cup Rugby team, Swedish Men’s 15’s and 7’s, Welsh Principality Premiership rugby teams Carmarthen Quins, Bedwas and Llandovery as well as National Sevens Series White Hart Marauders. We're very excited about our new range of football kits for both Men's and Women's teams, and are shortly to launch cycling, netball, hockey and cricket teamwear ranges.
Our Kit Designer service allows clubs and teams to buy professional quality, accurately customised team kits easily, through a combination of online tools and offline personal support.
- Quality: we offer good value, without any compromise on quality. We believe you won't get better for the price.
- Price: our pricing is simple and honest. No nasty surprises.
- Fast and accurate: making bespoke clothing in a few weeks is hard. Happily, we're really good at it. We also hold a range of shorts, socks and training kit in popular colours for fast delivery.
- For big accounts and small: whether you're a large club, a single sevens team or a big university, you get the same top notch KitDesigner service.
- Colour matched: specially developed fabric colours give you the same colours across different fabrics and across different seasons.
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Write to us at:
41-45 Richmond Terrace
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