Lest We Forget polo
Lest We Forget polo
Lest We Forget polo

Lest We Forget polo

Regular price $55.00 AUD. Sale price $15.00 AUD.
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  • regular unisex fit with short sleeves
  • internal chest pocket
  • collar + three buttons placket with tonal buttons
  • side seamed + double needle hems
  • moisture management & active breathability
  • UPF40☀️Sun protection
  • Venta® 100% CoolDry soft fabric

The Lest We Forget polo commemorates the Australian and New Zealand men who fought in the first World War. Overlooking a vivid orange sunset, a soldier is seen standing on a ledge, playing the Last Post on his bugle. In the background a line of soldiers can be seen standing listening to the song with their rifles resting against them, pointing to the sky. On the bottom left as well as on the left sleeve the 3rd pattern Rising Sun Badge can be seen. This special insignia was worn by all soldiers of the 1st and 2nd Australian Imperial Force in both WW1 and WW2.

The back of the polo highlights the Australian Light Horse; which were mounted by soldiers, known as Light Horsemen. During the Gallipoli Campaign, the Australian Imperial Force consisted of an infantry division and a light horse brigade - where the brigade was predominately used in a defensive role. The soldier atop the Light Horse is holding a flag post which carries both the Australian and New Zealand flags.


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Genuine designs for Anzac Day, Remembrance Day and beyond, created and sold only by Tribute Collective since 2014.

We are proud to have permission from the Australian Army allowing us to display protected Australian Army emblems including the 3rd pattern Rising Sun badge and the Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps emblem.