Polo Naval Troops
Polo Naval Troops
Polo Naval Troops
Polo Naval Troops
Polo Naval Troops
Polo Naval Troops
Polo Naval Troops
Polo Naval Troops

PARATROOPER Polo Shirt Navy Troops


Black paratrooper polo shirt 100 % cotton. Polo shirt embroidered with the crest of the Navy troops, as well as the French flag. Comfortable and resistant military polo shirt with an anti-perspiration comfort band at the neck. Genuine Navy troop military dress top.

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The paratrooper polo shirts : fiability and comfort

This polo shirt, bearing the emblem of the Marine troops, is comfortable and resistant. The cotton used for the garment is carefully selected for its strength and durability. The assembly quality is also very careful, the seams are solid and the embroidery is of high quality. For more comfort, this polo shirt has an anti-perspiration band at the neckline. A large patch is embroidered on the back and a smaller one on the chest. The crest of the Marine troops represents the bottom of the famous golden anchor, symbol of the Navy since the 18th century. It is an anchor wrapped in a rope, unique and emblematic symbol of the Navy troops. This symbol is surmounted by the words "Troupes de Marine", and a French flag is also embroidered on the sleeve of the polo shirt.

Navy troops are not the French Navy!

Marine troops are part of the army, it includes several specialties including infantry, armored cavalry, artillery, engineers, transmission and airborne troops. The Marine troops have their origin in the "ordinary companies of the sea" founded by Cardinal Richelieu in 1622. These troops were then on duty in ports or on board royal ships. This company was absorbed by the army and renamed "Troupes de Marine" in 1958. These troops gradually became more professional and were gradually sent on missions abroad. A new change of name in 1900 with the absorption by the War Department, they will be henceforth "the colonial troops". This name was given to them because their missions were then, for the most part, law enforcement missions in the French colonies in Asia, Africa and America. And finally, in 1967, the Marine troops took back their name. Their new missions were then to ensure a military presence in the ultramarine territories, as well as to allow the rapid intervention of French troops in areas geographically distant from the metropolis. The soldiers of the Marine troops were known for their bravery, and their regiments carried out many feats of arms within the French army.

Features of the Marine Troop Polo

  • polo paratroopers Marine Troops
  • two-button collar
  • crest of the Navy troops
  • French flag crest
  • 100% cotton
  • anti-perspiration comfort band at neck level
  • Color : Black
  • Weight: 250 g

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