How Canterbury could be the perfect brand for your school, club or college…

The brand Canterbury are Rugby’s most prominent brand. Beginning as the dream of three British ex-pats living in New Zealand. Their love for their adopted homeland lead them to pay tribute to the beautiful area they lived in, by naming their company after it and so, Canterbury was born. As Canterbury’s reputation began to grow and grow, the first world war broke out. The armies of … Continue reading How Canterbury could be the perfect brand for your school, club or college…

How adidas’ innovations defeat challenges in Sportswear

Kitlocker.com are delighted to inform you that the 3 Stripes of adidas will, once again, grace the improved user interface offered on our newly relaunched website In this blog post, I’m going to explain the technologies adidas use to enhance the performance of their products, review a range of your teams potential match Jerseys and give you some insight into why we’re delighted to be working … Continue reading How adidas’ innovations defeat challenges in Sportswear

Supporting Sport – An interview with Bronte Jones, a Kitlocker sponsored athlete

Bronte Jones Hi, my name is Bronte Jones I am 15 years old, I go to Westfield school in Sheffield I have always enjoyed sport from a very young age however I came across throwing (athletics) about 3 years ago. My sister is a sprinter and I was bored one day and did shot put at school that week so entered myself to pass some … Continue reading Supporting Sport – An interview with Bronte Jones, a Kitlocker sponsored athlete

A short history and tour of the building we’ve made home

Kitlocker has moved homes…the move reflects our desire to grow and innovate our service in order to delight new and existing customers, and it just so happens that the building we’ve made our new home is steeped in the history of innovative production. Our new premises was, for many years the home of TSL Turton, a family owned company who made coiled springs for a variety of … Continue reading A short history and tour of the building we’ve made home