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Fred Pery - Men's Reissues
Reissues Made in England Original Tennis Bomber Reissues Made in England Original Tennis Bomber

Tennis Bomber

The original warm-up jacket from the courts of the 1950s.
It was taken from the shoulders of tennis champions onto the backs of British subcultures.

The timeless aesthetic with enduring appeal.

Reissues Made in England Original Tennis Bomber
Reissues Made in England Stripe Tennis Bomber
Reissues Made in England Tennis Bomber Reissues Made in England Tennis Bomber

Table Tennis Shoe

A tribute to Fred's earlier achievements as a table tennis world champion, the table tennis shoe is based on the typical plimsoll outline.

The gum rubber sole and asymmetric suede toe cap reference the performance and rigour of table tennis play.

Reissues Two Colour Textured Knitted Shirt Reissues Two Tone Textured Knitted Shirt

Knitted Sports Shirt

Originally designed in the 1960s, the knitted sports shirt bridged life on and off the court, as our sportswear designs crossed over into leisurewear.

It was about being smart, but it was about being a different kind of smart to the generation that had come before, as people started to escape the formal wear of the decade before.

Reissues Textured Knitted Shirt - French Navy
Reissues Two Coloured Textured Knitted Shirt - Navy
Reissues Two Coloured Textured Knitted Shirt - Tartan Green
Reissues Made In England Corduroy Harrington Jacket

Harrington Jacket

The Harrington was first designed in 1930s Britain,
but it was the '60s Mods who elevated it to the cult status it has today.

Paired with the Fred Perry shirt, it became a true piece of tough, hardwearing uniform.

Reissues Made In England Harrington Jacket
Reissues Oxford Shirt - White Reissues Oxford Shirt - Light Blue

Oxford Shirt

Oxford Shirt

A versatile staple, referencing the sharp style of continental Europe.

Adopted for its straight lines and uncomplicated design, the button down shirt quickly became a mainstay of a Modernist uniform.

Reissues Oxford Shirt - White Reissues Tartan Shirt Reissues Tartan Shirt

Tartan

Different tartans were originally worn as a symbol of the wearer’s clan, signifying the life of the gentry.

The adoption of tartan into streetwear in the 60s was a metaphorical two fingers to the establishment.

It continues to be worn as part of the subculture uniform to this day.

Reissues Tartan Shirt - Black
Reissues Tartan Shirt - French Navy
Reissues Tartan Shirt - Red

Tartan

Different tartans were originally worn as a symbol of the wearer’s clan, signifying the life of the gentry.

The adoption of tartan into streetwear in the ‘60s was a metaphorical two fingers to the establishment.

It continues to be worn as part of the subculture uniform today.

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