British menswear born from surplus fabrics

The year was 2010. Henry Hales made an interesting discovery whilst plotting to take over the men’s underwear market. That shirt-makers often end up with a surplus of fabric, enough to make some seriously good boxers. So, SIRPLUS was born.

Henry sets up a trestle table on Portobello Market, becoming a regular fixture outside of No.306A. Then, SIRPLUS grew from a street market stall to a purpose-built cart. From a purpose-built cart to 7 central London stores. From upcycled boxer shorts to a full range of functional wardrobe staples.

10 years on, we're still using surplus. We still choose Made In England whenever possible. We strive with the highest quality factories and fabrics around the world. We still turn would-bewaste into lifetime companion pieces. The SIRPLUS team always designs with a vision of your clothes lasting longer, being worn more often and adapting to a variety of seasons.

Here’s to the next 10.