Paul James Navy Buttonless Short Sleeve Knit Polo

$39.95 $77 Extra 25% Off

Embody sleek sophistication with the Paul James Navy Buttonless Short Sleeve Knit Polo. Exemplifying classic elegance and minimalistic style, this top features a rich dark blue hue for a versatile wardrobe staple. Its collar accentuates the neckline without the need for buttons, offering a smooth and contemporary twist on traditional polo shirts. Crafted from a blend of knit and woven fabrics, its midweight feel makes it ideal for transitional weather or layering. Appropriate for a range of occasions from everyday casual to business settings, this piece strikes a balance between comfort and style. Combine with the Bonobos Khaki Slim Stretch Washed 2.0 Chino Pants for a sharp ensemble.


  •  Navy blue polo shirt
  •  Buttonless collar
  •  Short sleeves
  •  Knit texture
  •  Woven fabric accents
  •  Slim to regular fitting
  •  Midweight fabric


A luxury, Leicestershire-based knitwear manufacturer. They strive to deliver the purest knitwear experience, which is why they shun man-made fibers, instead using only 100% natural fibre yarns in the production of their knitwear. They trawl the globe in search of the most prestigious spinners to ensure every piece of Paul James knitwear is crafted from the most luxurious materials. They travel to Italy for extra-fine merino wool - then to Peru for a chunkier version – India and Egypt for premium cotton, South America for ultra warm, soft Alpaca and the British Isles for its famed wool and lambswool. They take these yarns and knit them into stylish, functional garments that are made to last.

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