Heavyweight Englisc Hoodie

Product code: SSW28HEA -Large
£29.00
The word "Englisc", emblazoned unashamedly across the chest pays homage to Old English tradition (Englisc being the Old English word for English)
Another take on the classic college style sweatshirt design. The word "Englisc", emblazoned unashamedly across the chest pays homage to Old English tradition (Englisc being the Old English word for English) and along with the White Dragon - the ancient symbol of the Anglo-Saxons creates a strong statement of identity. As for Established 449 - this refers to the traditional landing date of Hengist and Horsa, and the first arrival of the Englisc on these shores. It is said they first arrived with their warriors in three ships. In the following years many warriors and settlers crossed the sea and settled lowland Britain from East to West, laying the foundation stones of the English nation and the country of England - our homeland in which we now live. On the Senlak Clothing label - "Discerning Clothing For The Happy Few"

Top quality, double stitched England hooded sweatshirt. Print to front and woven Senlak White Dragon patch to bottom hem. 50% cotton 50% polyester. Inner fabric is brushed for maximum softness and comfort.
  • Printed, bagged and finished in Nottingham, England
  • Senlak - English Inspired
  • Woven Senlak White Dragon patch to bottom hem
  • Material: 50% cotton, 50% polyester
  • Weight: 271gsm
  • Size (to fit) - Small: 34/36", Medium: 38/40", Large: 42/44", XLarge: 44648", XXLarge: 50/52"
                    
Senlak - The Lowdown 
An "England" clothing range that's just a little bit different. It's t-Shirts, sweatshirts and apparel use designs inspired by England and the culture, history and heritage of its people. The Senlak White Dragon logo is derived from The White Dragon of the Anglo-Saxons - the oldest known emblem of the English dating back well over a millennia. The arrow shape that appears on many of our labels is the runic symbol for the early English god Tiw. We name Tuesday after him (Tiw's Day). His symbol was said to evoke honour and courage and he was the protector of all warriors, but was also said to watch over the disabled, and the left-handed. The accompanying wording reads in Old English "Good is he who keeps faith"

This Englisc thing is part of so many , a multitude of generations scattered around the globe who still remember who we are and all we have achieved. So for the unconventional and the non-conformist, for the free thinkers, the radical and the rebellious - we embrace you all.

As for the name...Well, it’s from a place where many years ago, brave men made their stand...
Code SSW28HEA -Large
Weight 0.76kg
SKU SSW28HEA -Large