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Win Front Up Rugby Clothing

Front Up Rugby
Front Up Rugby

Hopefully you are familiar with the team at Front Up Rugby and their nifty line in high quality rugby-inspired clothing. We’ve featured them in the past and are lucky enough to have the odd “Rucking Brilliant” hoody dotted about.

If you aren’t in the know, Front Up Rugby is a British, rugby inspired lifestyle supporters-brand for men. The brand combines casual wardrobe staples and vintage styles with modern twists, contemporary colour palettes and bold graphics.

Now owned by Scottish fashion brand Lyle & Scott, who have over 140 year’s experience in sports and knitwear, Front Up Rugby has set out to establish itself as the rugby supporters-brand of choice for fashion conscious rugby fans around the globe.

Home Nations Shirts from Front Up Rugby
Home Nations Shirts from Front Up Rugby
Scotland Hoody by Front Up Rugby
Scotland Hoody by Front Up Rugby

Needless to say their Autumn/Winter 2015 collection pays particular homage to the requirements of the self-respecting rugby fan in the stands – or the pub – with a range of gear in Home Nations and other major countries colours. Graphic t-shirts sit alongside a tight range of classic cut polos, mid layers, outerwear and accessories giving an accessible and desirable range for any rugby fan.

We’ve got 5 such items in the Scotland colours to give away at the end of the World Cup, all you have to do to get some nice new gear to cheer on the quarter finalists is correctly predict the winner and runner up from Pool B, (comprising South Africa, Samoa, Scotland, Japan and the USA).

Send your two team names and your top size to enter@scottishrugbyblog.co.uk with the subject “Front Up” along with your name and address and twitter handle if you have one.

Winners will be drawn at random from the correct answers after the pool stages finish. If no-one gets both right we’ll draw them from all complete entries that got one right, and so on till the prizes are all given out.

You can find more information on this great range and sizing guides on www.frontup.co.uk.

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