The Olympic Class

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  • 100% Soft British Wool 
  • Extended Hem   
  • Turn Back Cuffs
  • Designed from Miller Rayner's Titanic uniform archive 
  • Traditional Uniform Navy and Ecru colours 
  • Red ensign badge on sleeve  
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"The Olympic Class" – an embodiment of history, craftsmanship, and maritime heritage. Crafted from 100% Soft British Wool, this sweater pays homage to the illustrious legacy of the White Star Line's Olympic class ocean liners, including the iconic vessels Olympic, Titanic, and Britannic.

Designed using archival references from Miller Rayner Est 1818, our sister company renowned for its historic uniform archives, "The Olympic Class" is a faithful reproduction reminiscent of the uniforms worn by seamen aboard these legendary ships.

With an extended hem and turn-back cuffs, this sweater echoes the classic design elements drawn from the historic Miller Rayner uniform archives, ensuring authenticity and attention to detail.

Available in traditional Uniform Navy and Ecru colors, this sweater captures the essence of the maritime heritage associated with the White Star Line. The inclusion of the discreet Red Ensign badge on the sleeve serves as a respectful tribute to the noble traditions of the merchant navy that inspired the creation of this garment.

Drawing from the esteemed history of Miller-Rayner, the primary supplier of uniforms to the White Star Line during that era, we've meticulously chosen British long wool, primarily Blue Face Leicester yarn. This choice of yarn ensures a luxurious soft hand feel akin to merino, offering unparalleled comfort and quality.

This timeless crafted sweater stands as a symbol of maritime legacy, encapsulating the essence of a historic era while celebrating the craftsmanship and traditions of the merchant navy. "The Olympic Class" is not just a garment; it's a tribute to the proud heritage and dedication of those who sailed the seas aboard these legendary vessels.

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