As Sopwith Aircraft went bankrupt Sopwith, test pilot Harry Hawker and Tommy Sopwith formed H.G. Hawker Engineering in 1920, becoming Hawker Aircraft Limited in 1933. The company acquired Gloster Aircraft, Armstrong Siddeley and Armstrong Whitworth to become Hawker Siddeley. Avro was eventually included in this group of companies. Today the Hawker brand still exists within the American company Raytheon that produces business jets.
Long-sleeve T-shirts are made from 100% ringspun semi-combed cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 190gsm with tubular long sleeves. Check the sizing page as this item can run slightly smaller than other brands.