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Taped Track Jacket

J6231  
$110

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A sportswear icon, our track jacket retains all its original features. Made in shiny tricot fabric, with a white enamel-coated zip and Laurel Wreath track tape at the arm.

Shiny tricot fabric / Welt pockets / Enamel-coated zip / Laurel Wreath track tape at the arm /

Colour Rosso

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We revive some of Fred Perry's most iconic sportswear styles, from the ‘70s and beyond. Contrasting colours and man-made fibres were introduced to team kits in the ‘90s, making them bright and durable. It was these styles that encouraged the evolution of sportswear as streetwear, and the track jacket took centre stage in the Britpop era. Made from a tricot fabric that replicates the original, the white enamel-coated zip and track tape refer to the cash-strapped time of the era, when zips and branding were generic to all colours.

  • 54% Polyester / 46% Cotton
  • Machine Wash
Style
J6231
Colour
Rosso

Shipping

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 Rosso
SKU J6231-850
Fabric Composition 54% Polyester / 46% Cotton
Hero 850
Keywords track jacket, track top, track suit
Washable Instructions Machine Wash
Gender Mens
Bullet 1 Shiny tricot fabric
Bullet 2 Welt pockets
Bullet 3 Enamel-coated zip
Bullet 4 Laurel Wreath track tape at the arm
Further Reading

We revive some of Fred Perry's most iconic sportswear styles, from the ‘70s and beyond. Contrasting colours and man-made fibres were introduced to team kits in the ‘90s, making them bright and durable. It was these styles that encouraged the evolution of sportswear as streetwear, and the track jacket took centre stage in the Britpop era. Made from a tricot fabric that replicates the original, the white enamel-coated zip and track tape refer to the cash-strapped time of the era, when zips and branding were generic to all colours.

Release Status Available