Suzi Wong White Sunny Versace Boxing Shorts are an increasingly popular Classic design. Designed to be worn above the knee, this reflects the traditional, old school style as sported by Sunny Edwards, Charlie Edwards, Mason Cartwright and many more.
Perfect match to our Versace Style Ring Jacket add a pair of SW Boxing Socks to complete your kit.
We also have the Versace Style available in Black with matching Boxing Shorts, Ring Jacket & Socks.
Satin White Sunny Versace Boxing Shorts
Satin is a traditional, durable fabric that is ideal and lightweight for boxing. At Suzi Wong we use only the finest fabrics, and make every order by hand from our family run studio in Lancashire, UK.
This increasingly popular style makes a great pair of shorts for amateur boxing clubs looking for a traditional look. Club emblems and logos can easily be added with cutomisation options available. With the quality of a Suzi Wong product, we guarantee you’ll be happy.
Boxing Kit Customisation
Basic Boxing Kit Customisation
You can add basic customisation to any pair of Suzi Wong branded boxing shorts from the options right here on this page. Simply tell us the text you want us to add to the front waistband, back waistband or to the front of the left and right legs. You can also pick the colour of the embroidery and even choose a font. Then choose your additional embellishments including various emblems, badges and flags which will be embroidered directly on the boxing shorts, either on the front or back legs depending on the level of customisation required.
Add a black vest or socks to go with the shorts and complete your truly unique boxing kit.
Draw Your Boxing Kit Design
If you require a more detailed customisation visit the ‘Draw A Design Page‘ where you can download a range of templates to create any design you want. Once your masterpiece is complete, simply send us a scan of your design or post it to us using the details on the contact us page.
Suzi Wong Custom Fightwear Sizes
Find out more information about all of the sizes offered by Suzi Wong here.