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Reissues V-Neck Jumper

K3320  
£130 £65

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Originally designed for warming up on the tennis court, our Reissues V-neck jumper is the perfect frame for the Fred Perry shirt. Made in Italy from a tough acrylic-blend, in nostalgic ‘70s tones.

Blend of acrylic, wool and viscose / Mid-weight knit / Ribbed cuffs, hem and neck / Made in Italy

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The Reissues collection takes the Fred Perry archive as its starting point. Each piece references the styles and stories of the subcultural uniform. The V-neck jumper was originally designed in the ‘50s for warming up on the tennis court. It later became a smart staple for subcultural icons and teenagers alike. The perfect frame for the collar and button placket of a shirt, the V-neck was also worn as a statement of classroom rebellion. Like their older siblings, the kids wore the Laurel Wreath to bend the rules, without breaking them. Handed down through families and used as goalposts on football fields, this version is made from an acrylic-blend, making it tough and able to retain its colour.

  • 60% Acrylic / 25% Viscose / 15% Wool
  • Hand Wash
  • Model's height: 182cm / 6'
  • Model wears: 38"
Style
K3320
Colour
Dark Carbon

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Order by 3pm weekdays for:
— UK next working day delivery [Free]
— UK next working day delivery before 10.30am [£10]
— UK Saturday or Sunday delivery [£6]

More Information
Colour Description Dark Carbon
SKU K3320-395
Fabric Composition 60% Acrylic / 25% Viscose / 15% Wool
Hero 395
Keywords reissue, reissues, re-issue, re-issues, jumper, sweater, pullover, jumpers, sweaters, pullovers
Washable Instructions Hand Wash
Collection Reissues
Gender Mens
Bullet 1 Blend of acrylic, wool and viscose
Bullet 2 Mid-weight knit
Bullet 3 Ribbed cuffs, hem and neck
Bullet 4 Made in Italy
Further Reading

The Reissues collection takes the Fred Perry archive as its starting point. Each piece references the styles and stories of the subcultural uniform. The V-neck jumper was originally designed in the ‘50s for warming up on the tennis court. It later became a smart staple for subcultural icons and teenagers alike. The perfect frame for the collar and button placket of a shirt, the V-neck was also worn as a statement of classroom rebellion. Like their older siblings, the kids wore the Laurel Wreath to bend the rules, without breaking them. Handed down through families and used as goalposts on football fields, this version is made from an acrylic-blend, making it tough and able to retain its colour.

Release Status Available
Model Height Model's height: 182cm / 6'
Model Size Model wears: 38"