Canterbury was established back in 1904 when John Lane, Pringle Walker and Alfred Rudkin began producing woollen garments in the Canterbury Province of New Zealand. Before long they were making uniforms for the army during the First World War and went on to outfit the All Blacks for over 75 years.

Canterbury utilise their heritage and expertise within rugby to challenge sporting boundaries and realise the latest technological advancements for on-field kit. Canterbury is now the largest dedicated rugby brand in the world and is proud to manufacture kit for several of the world’s high profile teams including England Rugby and Ireland.