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Fred Perry Country Shirts

4th May 2016 | Posted in Mens & Sports & Culture by H. Simpson

With the Euros just around the corner, Fred Perry have released a series of 'Country Shirts' in conjunction with some of the teams playing. The countries consist of England, Italy, France, Spain, Germany to name a few and are set to become somewhat of a collector's item...



Celebrating retro sportswear at it's finest, the Country Shirts feature Fred Perry branded tape detail to each sleeve and have been formed in bold, contrasting colours to represent each team. The range are from the sportswear collection and capture the essence of the 70's with it's bold colour form and all-round retro feel. The 70's theme coincides with the current throwback fashion craze which sees the likes of Ellesse, Fila, Kappa and Calvin Klein release new collections that depict the style of yesteryear. 

Each Country Shirt has been constructed from 100% pique cotton and also feature the name of each country embroidered under the Laurel Wreath crest. A contrasting coloured cuff coordinated with the collar and crest adds the perfect colour block. These limited edition styles won't be available for long and once they're gone, they're gone!

Priced at £59.00, the Fred Perry Country Shirts can be found online at, but hurry, we predict they'll sell fast!


Dates for your diary: England matches

11 June 21.00 - England vs Russia

16 June 15.00 - England vs Wales

20 June 21.00 - Slovakia vs England




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