In most ceremonies of remembrance there is a reading of an appropriate poem. One traditional recitation on Anzac Day is the Ode, the fourth stanza of the poem For the fallen by Laurence Binyon.
In 1919, Binyon’s poem was selected to accompany the unveiling of the London Cenotaph and was adopted as a memorial tradition by many Commonwealth nations, including Australia. The poem was read at the laying of the Inauguration Stone at the Australian War Memorial in 1929.
Features fully sublimated design on Elite® CoolDry synthetic soft fabric. Wicks sweat away from the skin, a great choice for those working/living in hot and humid environments.
✓ internal pocket on the right chest
✓ collar with three-button placket
✓ set-in sleeves
✓ split detail at sides
✓ wrinkle resistant, drapes well
✓ active breathability
✓ moisture management technology
✓ UPF50 Sun protection
✓ light-weight, 165 GSM construction
Gentle wash inside out with similar colours at or below 30°C. Pop them on the line, avoid the dryer and do not iron. Do not bleach, do not dry clean. Avoid rough surfaces.
This polo is printed with high-quality carcinogen-free Italian pigment inks. No cancer-causing chemicals and undesirable surfactants.
Zero plastic. We pack your threads in recyclable acid-free tissue paper, use only plant-based home compostable mailers and send your parcel carbon neutral, at no extra cost.
We manufacture in limited quantities, no over-production and waste like large fashion brands. Learn more →
Free standard shipping worldwide by Australia Post on all orders valued over $160 AUD / $180 NZD / £90 GBP / 120 USD. Your order will be sent from our warehouse on the Gold Coast, QLD AUSTRALIA. Shipping times kick in when your parcel has left our warehouse: for same day dispatch, place your order before 11AM AEST otherwise it'll be sent on the next business day (except pre-orders, backorders and custom orders).
Items may be returned within 14 days of receipt, free of charge* (exceptions apply, Australia only). Excluding products on sale.
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