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over 60 years of heritage.
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The first Fred Perry shirt was made in Leicester, England in 1952. The idea was to make something smart and functional. The shirts were crafted from a combed cotton pique, each with a hand finished rib collar and an embroidered Laurel Wreath. This tradition continues today.
The classic Fred Perry cotton piqué tennis shirt. Different from the start: lightweight, hard wearing, slim-fitting. Fred called it ‘the shirt that fits’. It’s been adopted by sub-cultures ever since. It comes with a history. And always, the embroidered Laurel Wreath.