Fly High! polo

Regular price $55.00 AUD Sale price $39.60 AUD Save $15.40 AUD

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Use a tape measure to measure yourself, holding the tape securely around the key points. We recommend you take these measurements whilst wearing minimal clothing.
CHEST - Measure over the fullest area of your chest & straight around your back.
WAIST - Measure between the bottom of your ribs and the top of your hip bones.

Chest 89-94 95-98 99-104 105-109 110-115 116-121
Waist 69-74 75-80 81-86 87-91 92-97 98-103
Chest 122-128 129-136 137-145 146-154 155-162 163-170
Waist 104-109 110-114 115-119 120-127 128-135 136-142
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The Fly High! polo delivers a respectful style which commemorates all men and women who served Australia and New Zealand.
25 April is the national day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand that commemorates everyone who contributed, served and died in all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations.
On this important day, millions of people honour the heroes and remember together.

Legacy Australia

By purchasing this shirt, you are helping us make regular donations towards our charity of choice: Legacy Australia. More info →

handy pocket

Featuring a perfectly sized, practical internal pocket on the right chest. It can hold your key, cash or mobile phone.

comfortable fabric

The sweat-wicking, lightweight AirCool fabric's active breathability keeps the wearer cool & dry and offers UPF30+ sun protection.

true to size

Australian standard unisex style with timeless profile and modern generous fit that both men and women love!

About the design

The Fly High polo focuses on commemorating the Australian Flying Corps, now known as the Royal Australian Air Force. This polo is mostly black and grey, featuring a range of different aircrafts.

The background of the Fly High Polo is grey and smokey with a faint and symbolic camouflage design. The “Fly high” slogan is on the left breast of the shirt, surrounding the propeller of the plane as an icon.


The Corps

The Australian Flying Corps were established in 1912, however flight training only commenced in 1914 at the beginning of World War 1.

The Corps were classified into two groups: air crew and ground staff. Air crew consisted of aircraft pilots, engineers, navigators, observers, radio operators and many other roles. Ground staff would be made up of a wide variety of professions; ranging from air traffic controllers, to dentists and mechanics.

The Australian Flying Corps had their first operational flight in May, 1915. A combination of aircrafts were used in this operation, including Caudrons, Maurice Farman Shorthorns, Longhorns and Martinsydes. The front of the Fly High polo shows many different aircrafts of the Australian Flying Corps flying across the sky.

The Australian and New Zealand flag are waving in the breeze faintly behind the planes, and a red poppy is blooming on the sleeves and at the bottom of the shirt; symbolising the blood shed and the battle at ANZAC cove.

The year of 1921 saw the Australian Flying Corps become the Royal Australian Air Force; and the contrast between the two can be seen on the back of the polo. Below the planes, a soldier can be seen playing the Last Post on his bugle, signifying the end of the day; remembering those who fought for us.

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