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Apparel for Champions!

We love to hear success stories from our suppliers. We grow up going camp wearing Charles River apparel. Our children grow, start going to camp and we buy Charles River apparel for them knowing the clothing will stand up with the test of time and laundries. Our children grow older, join sport teams both in and out of the school team  and we find them and ourselves on all fields in both dry and wet, warm and cold temperatures. And of course we are wearing our Charles River rain coats, apparel and more.

Charles River Apparel now the proud sponsors of Hall of Famers, Olympians and more.

Don’t you want to be a  part of tradition and success?

Let us help outfit your teams and companies with Charles River Apparel.

Apparel for champions, available for you
Charles River Apparel is a proud sponsor and the official outfitter of National Rowing Hall of Fame 2016 Inductees. All 26 Olympic medalists proudly sported Charles River pieces as they prepped the press and rowed past the crowds at this year’s Olympic Rowing Team Trials in Sarasota, Florida. Take a look at the apparel selected for the top rowing athletes.



Men's Seaside PoloWomen's Color Block Wicking PoloWomen's Seaside PoloWomen's Space Dye Performance TeeMen's Color Block Wicking Polo

3746 | Men’s Seaside Polo

2746 | Women’s Seaside Polo

3764 | Men’s Space Dye Performance Tee

  Women’s Space Dye Performance Tee

Women’s Space Dye Performance Tee

2810 | Women’s Color Blocked Wicking Polo





Apparel Terminology 101. Part 3: Fits

I trust you have enjoyed our Apparel Terminology 101 sections 1 and 2 and are now looking forward to Part 3 on FITS.


Fitted: Designed to  follow the shape of the body, particularly in junior and women’s wear. This is often achieved through side seams that taper in at the waist.

Slouchy: A type of clothing that is soft and relatively unstructured. It is not tight fitting or rigid in shape.

Flowy: A lightweight fabric without bottom edge binding or characteristics that would make it clingy or stay close to the body.

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