Established in 2006 as a designer and producer of bespoke polo kit for elite teams across the globe, Hudson and Colt has built a reputation for exceptional quality, fast turnaround times and a highly personalised, friendly customer service.
From our studio and workshop on the Cowdray Estate in West Sussex we use specialist software and state-of-the-art embroidery machines to help you create your perfect bespoke team kit, whether it be a one-off set of team shirts or full livery for you and your team.
Alongside our polo clients we also work closely with magazines, art colleges, local businesses, PR firms and event companies to produce one-off, high-quality embroidery pieces as well as larger runs of branded promotional clothing, work-wear, samples and gifts.
"Many thanks, the shirts are awesome!"
"The baseball caps were very well received last week – thanks so much for rushing the order through. Thank you so much for your support for this event."
"Thank you so, so much for your help - I just had a sneaky peek on your Facebook page and the embroidery looks fantastic!! Can't wait for it to arrive back here."
"The Best Playing Pony rug looked great, thank you and wow we really had a wonderful day for the match and presentation this year."
"We all love the aprons so much we would like to order another 4 please!"
"Hi Natasha, how incredibly organised you are! Many thanks for info, I’m happy to accept this quote. "
"Natasha has done brilliantly to design this from the image I sent to her!"
"Thank you so much for the shirts you embroidered for our corporate day last Thursday, the day was a great success the shirts looked fantastic and my client was thrilled I will certainly use you again."
"Thanks a lot for the shirts, they are really nice."
"Natasha makes all the Cowdray Park club shirts, her work is super and very good value - talk to her directly."
"Dear Natasha, I just wanted to say that you did a super job with the embroidery of the logo on the rug, the size and position was perfect and we were really pleased with the finished rug."