SHOPPERS have slammed the new M&S clothing range worn by England’s World Cup stars.
One branded the trousers “c***” while another said the blazer felt more like a cagoule.
Other complained of low quality clobber and sizing mishaps.
However, one online review said: “The fabric feel is not like a normal suit jacket.
“Almost feels like a waterproof jacket.”
The England manager wore the blazer of a £39.50 Merino Wool Blend Zip Neck Polo Shirt, which was also blasted online.
One reviewer fumed: “The garment looks very nice and it is however the nature of the weave makes it very vulnerable to getting pulled.
“And you get pulled loops or drawn threads very quickly.
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“Mine started on second wearing.”
Not many items in the range were safe from the fury of commenters.
One customer, called Dave, wrote: “Whilst browsing and looking specifically for a casual jacket in store recently, I happened upon the X England range.
“Tried on the bomber jacket, fantastic, then stupidly picked up these matching trousers.
“Once home, tried them on, so tight around the girth and calf, way undersized.”
He also complained that the material was “cheap quality” and did not “warrant a £95 price tag”.
He added: “Been an M&S customer for over three decades and this is my first, and hopefully last, negative experience.
“Don’t begin to waste you money on these dreadful trousers, if you do, buy at least one if not two sizes bigger and don’t expect them to last or look good.”
However, the store did have some defenders online.
One Twitter user wrote: “Got some lovely bits in the M&S England range, worth a look.”
Another said simply: “Well done to M&S.”
M&S have been contacted for comment.
England’s stars modelled the range in collaboration with the high-street giant before jetting off to Qatar for the global tournament.
The Three Lions surged to a 6-2 victory over Iran as they started their World Cup campaign in style.