Being a back-up QB is boring considering how little you get to throw, unless you're Matt Leinart, in which case you're constantly throwing lascivious backyard hot tub parties. For an ex-NFL pine-rider so bored he learned to sew you clothes: Alial Fital.
Helmed by onetime Buffalo Bills back-up QB Gibran Hamdan (who inexplicably began sewing his own clothes one offseason), this limited run line of dapper polos is inspired partially by his parents Laila and Latif (or, backwards: Alial Fital), and boasts a fit so good that even the big and/or tall "won't have to think twice" before raising their arms -- again though, that wasn't something Hamdan had to worry about on the field. Ha! Go long on styles like:
Rocking imported Italian buttons, this highly detailed polo's made from spandex & super-soft bamboo viscose, so purchasing it will ironically make you more liquid! No wait, that's "viscous"...whatever.
Go nuts with this tremendously subtle, surf-inspired joint that they offer "pairs well with a pair of corduroys". Thanks!
Swath thy forearms with this long-sleever sporting dress-style cuffs, and advertised as a "polo fit for royalty" -- though given the cost of horses these days, isn't it all?
And for the confident jauntiness only a bespoke polo can provide, they've also got a custom-design center where, for just a few bucks more, you can handpick everything from colors to patterns -- just don't ask Leinart to help, as that's why he's on the bench.