Product Review: Campo Retro

Campo Retro

CAMPO RETRO is a great design and manufacturer that excels in superb football retro style polo shirts.

I have the Fiorentina Bernabeu Violet jersey. The violet colour is extremely reminiscent of all the famous Fiorentina kits of the past. The style is based on the top worn by the famous ‘Viola’ side of the eighties including a certain Roberto Baggio.

The shirt is another one of those smart football related clothing items that you can wear on any smart/casual occasion. Ideal for the beer gardens in the summer or match it up with a nice cardigan and wear it beside the fire at your local pub watching the game on a wintery Sunday (Just don’t get it covered in Sunday Roast gravy!).

Obviously it would be ideal for a relaxing meal at an Italian cantina enjoying a bowl of hearty pasta and a large glass of Chianti.


The finish and attention to detail makes it stand-out and elevates it to full grown up gear status. You can see and appreciate the craftmanship that seems to go into every stitch.

It feels comfortable to wear and the 100% cotton garment allows your body to breathe.

I love the two toned, turned down collar. Again it makes the top more adult and adds to that retro football strip feel.

Receiving your goods in a lovely Campo bag is also a classy touch.


You can checkout the Campo website HERE and see all the ranges available, most teams are covered! There is a sale worth up to 50% off some fantastic tops at the moment too.

Also until the end of September you can get free delivery on your items if you use the promo code FREEDEL at the checkout.

The website is well worth a look as the clothes are fantastic and available at a superb price!

Picture Note:

I suspended the shirt in our studio at work. I then wanted a black and white background, to help the violet shirt standout and to show that some of us like more than just black and white (a dig against Fiorentina’s main rivals Juventus).

The picture used is a blurred black and white image of the Ponte Vecchio, the historic bridge in Florence (Where Fiorentina are based). Plus I stuck in a Campo Retro logo on top of that again.

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