Fred Perry won over 10 major titles in the Tennis career which included 8 Grand Slams. He was the last British man to win at Wimbledon back in 1936, until Andy Murray won in 2012.
The most iconic piece of clothing associated with the name Fred Perry is the classic piqué cotton sports shirt. It was an instant success after its launch in 1952. Fred called it “the shirt that fits” with its slim-line shape, it appealed to a generation of body conscious tennis stars who appreciated the breathability of the open honeycomb weave ‘pique’ fabric.
After being requested by football fans for this polo to include team colours, the coloured twin tip was added to create the loved polo we see today at Shmooz.