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Stolen Goat snaps up Retro Image Apparel

Online retailer Stolen Goat has picked up the UK distribution for Retro Image Apparel.

Founded in 2002, Retro Image Apparel create premium jerseys featuring officially licensed, iconic artwork. Tragically, founder Roger Mallette died suddenly died in late 2012 and the company collapsed. The firm was regenerated by Roger’s family and close friends to form Retro2 and the firm said it is now completely back up and running with some of its most popular designs and some new ones to boot.

Stolen Goat director Tim Bland said: "We started stocking Retro back in 2013. I found out about Roger’s sudden death at a trade show and reached out to the family to offer my condolences. Retro is a charming, family run company with their feet on the ground so I was really happy to hear from Roger’s sister that it was being regenerated.

"When we started stocking the jerseys again sales went really well and it seemed to make perfect sense to accept the challenge of being the UK distributor. The designs are eye catching and great fun and the Retro True Fit system means that we get almost no returns".

The Retro Image Apparel Jerseys feature iconic, fully licensed designs with a True Fit system. Premium, odour resistant, soft-to-the-touch fabrics are used, with four-way stretch panels, Raglan sleeves, full YKK hidden zipper and three rear pockets.

Retailers can find out more about Retro Image Apparel jerseys at Stolen Goat’s website here.

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