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Fred Perry Chest Panel Pique Polo - Snow White Last 2017

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Fred Perry Chest Panel Pique Polo - Snow White Last 2017
Fred Perry Chest Panel Pique Polo - Snow White Last 2017
Fred Perry Chest Panel Pique Polo - Snow White Last 2017

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Fred Perry Chest Panel Pique Polo - Snow White

The piqué shirt was the first chapter in the Fred Perry story and it remains at the core of everything we do. Reimagined with different design details, Fred Perry piqué shirts can always be recognised from across the room, dance floor or football stadium by the Laurel Wreath that’s proudly embroidered on its chest. This version features a contrast chest panel that looks back to vintage cycling jerseys and bold team colours. The traditional button placket is swapped for a metal zip : another reference to sports jerseys. Typically, cycling jerseys were worn unzipped to let the rider cool down during up-hill terrains.

100% cotton

Cotton piqué

Contrast cuff and chest panel

Zip neck

Signature Laurel Wreath embroidery on chest

The Fred Perry brand was born in the late 1940s, when former Austrian footballer Tibby Wegner approached three times Wimbledon champion Fred Perry with an idea. Their initial venture was the very first sweatband, which was quickly adopted by tennis players across the courts of Britain. In 1952 the pair launched what was to be Fred Perry's most famous garment : a slim fit cotton pique shirt with Laurel Wreath embroidery. Today the Laurel Wreath logo is recognisable worldwide, with shops and customers across 50 countries around the globe.



This product was added to our catalog on Monday 11 July, 2016.

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