The range will be worn by players including Chris Robshaw and Geoff Parling as they prepare for this autumn’s QBE internationals, as well as the 2014 RBS 6 Nations.
Designed to withstand the toughest physical pressures on the pitch, the hardwearing training apparel doesn’t compromise on strength while offering a stylish modern look suitable for the avid supporter.
Navy blue, a colour synonymous with England rugby, features throughout the range along with injections of vivid blue and traditional white.
Back by popular demand, last season’s most sought after item from the England training range, the Anthem jacket, returns with a fresh look.
Available in England’s much loved white with grey/silver and navy blue with black, the jackets each bear the England red rose emblem on the chest and the word ‘ENGLAND’ across the back.
For a lightweight option to protect against colder weather, the long-sleeved Canterbury baselayer provides an extra layer of warmth, while the England red rose on the forearm retains a subtle patriotic look.
The stylish cotton hoody can be paired with the combination fleece pant for training sessions on cold days, while a full-zip shower proof jacket shields players from the drizzle.
Canterbury and England puffa-style jackets and gilets are also the perfect option for coaches wanting to stay warm on the training field, players sitting on the bench during the match and fans supporting the team even on the coldest days.