Evans, Eddie
President and Founder

X-Treme Rugby Wear
976/21 Soi Sangcham
Rama 9 road, Huay Kwang

(66) 02.641.5460

Company Profile

Our company makes rugby players look good and play better. We specialize in the design and production of complete lines of player and supporter sportswear for club teams, schools and universities. We provide kit not only for men but also for the growing number of girls now playing. In regards to sizing we cover all age categories, from mini rugby all the way up to adult sizes. From professional rugby teams to the most social level, we cover them all.

X-treme Rugby Wear is a company that designs and manufactures custom made kit for teams all over the world. An important feature which sets us apart from the hordes of providers is that we are not a distributor but actually design, manufacture and deliver to you all our own kit. The goal is to provide to the customer a higher quality garment at a more competitive price with a heavy commitment by us on a high level of customer service. We back our products!

We cover the full spectrum of all playing kit and off-field rugby casual wear and put a heavy emphasis on our “Rugby Tour Kit” packages which can be as traditional or wild and whacky as you want.

So no matter where you are going or what type of rugby tour you are planning, we can provide appropriate quality rugby tour kit.

Rugby Connection

When Evans retired from international rugby, he was Canada's most capped player ever with 50 to his credit. Evans appeared in three World Cups and was a part of Canadian teams who took down elite rugby powers Argentina, France, Scotland and an England XV side. Prior to his professional career overseas, Evans was a standout for BC's provincial team and the Vancouver-based UBC Old Boys Ravens.

Although he retired from the professional game several years ago and his caps record has since been surpassed, Evans, who played in Japan for the IBM Big Blue for nine years, is still heavily involved in the game he loves.

Evans continues to give back to his community in Thailand and recently founded the Nak Suu Tigers, an academy program that uses rugby to empower impoverished youth in Bangkok's less fortunate communities. The program has grown to see nearly 300 children from five different slum communities meet every week to learn how to play rugby and be part of a positive team environment.

Eddie's company X-Treme Rugby Wear is the Official On-Field Supplier for the British Columbia Rugby Union's Provincial Programs and the brand is highly visible in the club, high school and regional leagues.

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