Fred Perry was a man from Stockport who was pretty good at tennis. In between winning Career Grand Slams and wooing Hollywood starlets, he also found the time to make some top-class, courtside clobber in the form of polo shirts made from pique cotton fabric jackets with special ball-shaped pockets and shorts fit for tournament season. Read more...
This stuff we’ve got here is from Fred’s ultra-swanky, high-brow Re-Issues range. It’s not that much of a departure from Fred’s normal output – it’s just a bit fancier. Some of it was made in England, and some of it was made in Italy. But wherever it was made, you can bet one thing — it’s still 100% Stockport. Ideal for trips to the Hat Museum and days spent counting bricks on the viaduct.
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