UNIQLO DRY polo shirts wick away moisture, creating a breathable and comfortable shirt to wear all day long, no matter what you are doing. Special threads keeps body temperature down for a cool feel and make fore quick drying for a quick turnaround after washing. UNIQLO polo shirts come in a range of bright and neutral tones as well as stripes and prints, versatile for every style.
UNQLO polo shirts are technically excellent and meticulously crafted to create functional yet stylish casualwear. DRY fabric is designed to wick away moisture, ensuring that you are kept dry and comfortable through the day and into the night.
COLLAR DETAIL & DESIGN
Meticulous attention to detail is paid to the collars of each and every UNIQLO polo shirt. The same level of care and detail of which is applied to those of a smart shirt. Collars are sturdy and structured, making them more than ideal to wear with ties or sport up-turned. The sturdiness and structure of which is maintained after repeated washes.
Unique to UNIQLO is the vast range of light to dark, bright to bold coloured polo shirts available for men & women.
Ranked #1 pro tennis player in the 2014 ATP world rankings, Djokovic continues to wear UNIQLO polo shirts in his tennis matches to enhance his performance.
One of the world's top tennis players, Djokovic has captured numerous championships, winning the 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2015 Australian Open, 2011 US Open, and 2011 and 2014 Wimbledon titles.
In 2007 he established the Novak Djokovic Foundation, which makes donations to support young people in their daily lives and education. In 2012, together with UNIQLO, he launched 'Clothes for Smiles', a project that helps children work towards their dreams. He also serves as the UNICEF National Ambassador for Serbia.
Adam Scott is a world-class pro golfer who wears UNIQLO polo shirts on the golf course to enhance his performance. After placing 9th in his first Masters tournament in 2002, Scott won his first tour title at the Deutsche Bank Championship in September 2003.
In April 2013, immediately after becoming a Global Brand Ambassador for UNIQLO, he performed the exceptional feat of becoming the first Australian to win a Masters championship.
In 2005 he established the Adam Scott Foundation, which donates to causes like education for children and youths.