Fred Perry Tonal Check Socks

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£ 15.00

£ 9.00

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Fred Perry Tonal Check Socks

Colour: Racing Red

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£ 15.00

£ 9.00

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Description

Cotton-rich socks with a large-scale gingham design, finished with an obligatory Laurel Wreath embroidery.  

Cotton with nylon / Large-scale gingham design / Colour-block heel, toe and cuff / Ribbed cuff / Embroidered Laurel Wreath

The gingham story isn’t about Ivy League style, it’s about the European tailoring adopted by mods in the ‘60s. Level up your socks with this enlarged gingham check.

83% Cotton / 16% Polyamide / 1% Elastane

Machine Wash

Size Guide

Delivery

UK Standard Delivery: Free over £100 / £2.99 under £100.
2-3 working days / Royal Mail Tracked 48. 

UK Next Day Delivery: £5.99 over £100 / £7.99 under £100.
Next working day (order before 3pm Mon-Fri exc. bank holidays) / DPD Next Day. 

EU: £7.99.
2-6 working days / Royal Mail International Tracked or DPD Classic.

Rest Of World: £14.99.
6-8 working days / Royal Mail International Tracked.

Returns

90-day no-fuss returns.
Returns in the UK are FREE.
Full refund including delivery cost, or exchange.

If you wish to return your order, we offer a full refund or an exchange if it is sent back in brand new, resaleable condition (including all tags, packaging and boxes) within 90 days.
Premium, next-day or international delivery costs cannot be refunded.

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Features.

Fred Perry.

Triple Wimbledon champion Fred Perry was born to a cotton spinner. He played and fought his way through, always with style and despite the establishment. In 1952, he founded the Fred Perry brand, designing his first pique shirt the same year.

That shirt, the shirt, would transcend sportswear to streetwear on the backs of generation after generation of British youth subcultures. The shirt is the start and end of everything Fred Perry do, because it’s more than a shirt – it’s a rite of passage, it’s the uniform of the non-uniform. A true icon.

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