Stencil | House of Uniforms

The Stencil range offers a selection of casual & business shirts, along with a range of tees, polos, jackets & singlets. The brand has a tight focus on quality & fabric composition & uses a variety of technical fabrics across the range. The quality & performance of Stencil garments is unmatched across the industry.

What we ❤️ about Stencil

Stencil’s product range spans from distinctively styled polos & t-shirts for both men & women to business shirts, & jackets. All the Stencil garments are of high quality.

Stencil has been bringing innovative new designs & fabrics into the Australian corporate, promotional, uniform & sportswear market since 1996.

The range is best known for high-quality, high-concept fabrics which are very similar to those found in high end retail sports apparel. Stencil is constantly working on creating & refining their new fabric technologies each season.

More recently they have had a strong focus on Eco fabric, being first to market with fabrics such as Coffee Charcoal & Eco Thread.

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