Masuri Teamware

An area that has changed drastically since ‘my day’ is cricket clothing, or as it now seems to be called Teamware.

Long gone are the white (school) shirt, flannels, canvas boots that require whitening and a thick knitted sweater. Replaced by modern fabrics (see below) there is now not even a visit to the shops required as many clubs including my own Barlaston have Online Clubshops, which I am all for!

Of course this requires yet more decisions in terms of long sleeve, short sleeve, sweater or sweaters so to keep things relatively simple I have stuck with my own set up below.

Flexifit, One Size
As with all their clothing the quality of both the item and the branding is excellent.
Short Sleeve Playing Shirt: I opted for this rather than long sleeve as can wear a base layer underneath when cold (which is is and I do)

Playing shirt with 3 button placket and self fabric collar. Raglan open cuff sleeve for comfort and range of movement. The moisture management fabric transports moisture from your skin keeping you dry, cool and comfortable. Masuri logo on right chest.

All logos on playing garments are sublimated. It is a modern technology and is seen on a lot of the professional shirts – a lot of white kit and nearly 100% of coloured kit. Advantages of sublimation include; exact logo representation, excellent wash durability (100’s of washes at 90 degrees), no peeling/cracking/colour running and no additional weight added to the garment.

COMPOSITION: 100% Polyester Micromesh (165gsm)

Excellent Branding
Playing Trousers

Cricket playing trouser designed with quality and comfort in mind. Elasticated waist with drawcord close for adjustabliity and two side seam pockets. Masuri logo on right leg.

All logos on playing garments are sublimated. It is a modern technology and is seen on a lot of the professional shirts – a lot of white kit and nearly 100% of coloured kit. Advantages of sublimation include; exact logo representation, excellent wash durability (100’s of washes at 90 degrees), no peeling/cracking/colour running and no additional weight added to the garment.

COMPOSITION: 100% Polyester Micromesh (190gsm)

Very much the modern way: elasticated waist band, tailored/narrow legs. They wash well and require no ironing!
Long Sleeve Playing Sweater. I have the short sleeved one as well.

Long sleeve slipover with side panels. Ribbed V-neck collar, cuffs and hem. Designed for warmth and comfort without restricting movement. Masuri logo on right chest.

All logos on white playing garments are sublimated. It is a modern technology and is seen on a lot of the professional shirts – a lot of white kit and nearly 100% of coloured kit. Advantages of sublimation include; exact logo representation, excellent wash durability (100’s of washes at 90 degrees), no peeling/cracking/colour running and no additional weight added to the garment.

COMPOSITION: Main Fabric (Shell): 100% Polyester Micromesh (165gsm)
2nd Fabric (Lining): 100% Polyester fleece (200gsm)

Truth be told I am not a huge fan of these new fabrics like Micromesh but they are certainly comfortable, low maintenance and keep you warm, dry and remove an element of sweat. I would much prefer a knitted sweater though, although again I have to acknowledge that these are very comfortable and very warm.

Of course it doesn’t stop with teamware for match day now, you can get a whole range of training and leisure wear as well.

I have more than enough training kit so I have stayed away (so far) from buying any but I do have some Leisure Wear:

  • Polo Shirt
  • Flexfit Cap
  • Tech Fleece
  • Waterproof Jacket with Fleece Lining
  • Rucksack

And so the family don’t feel left out wife and mother have a Tech Fleece and father has a Beechfield Cap

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