Introducing the Fairfield Tartan Apparel & Gear Collection

Introducing the Fairfield Tartan Apparel & Gear Collection

Timeless Tartans' neck tie, tote bag, throw blanket, and duffel bag.

Fairfield University's distinctive new textile design was created just for Stag Country using Timeless Tartans' proprietary algorithm.

Timeless Tartan, a leader in classic apparel for universities and colleges, has officially launched a custom plaid textile design for Fairfield University. The new Fairfield Tartan is one of almost 70 unique tartan designs created for colleges across the country.

The Fairfield Tartan pattern was created using Timeless Tartan’s proprietary algorithm, which combines the year Fairfield University was founded — 1942 — with the geographic coordinates of its campus: 41.156° N, 73.258° W. The individual thread counts reveal a unique time and place in history using Fairfield’s official primary colors, red and black.

Tartan is traditionally a symbol of affiliation and loyalty, making a Fairfield Tartan necktie, duffle bag, tote bag, scarf, socks, scrunchie, or throw blanket the perfect way to express your Stag pride.

To browse Fairfield Tartan apparel and gear, visit Timeless Tartan - Fairfield Collection.

The Fairfield Tartan Collection

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From boardroom to tailgate, classroom to beach, Fairfield Tartan adds the perfect touch of school spirit to any setting.

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Last modified: 10-07-22 9:16 AM


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