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Original L.12.12 petit piqué cotton Polo Shirt

Men - Blue - Lacoste - Short Sleeves

£95.00


Electric blue
Electric blue • KXB





Description

Product Ref. L1212-00
The Original L.12.12 is the very first polo shirt invented by René Lacoste in 1933. With its collar, button placket and Petit Piqué, it revolutionised elegant sportswear and freedom of movement. Made using 20 kilometres of thread knitted under two levels of tension and a crocodile logo with 2367 stitches, the Original L.12.12 is a real coming together of know-how and expertise.
If you are between two sizes, we recommend the smaller size.
  • Petit Piqué, the Lacoste signature knit
  • Ribbed collar and sleeves
  • Classic fit, comfortable cut and sleeves
  • Genuine mother of pearl buttons
  • Embroidered crocodile sewn on the chest
  • Cotton (100%)

Model's measurement

The model is 6'1" and is wearing size 4 - M




4 iconic benefits

LACOSTE, INVENTOR OF THE POLO SHIRT

At the end of the 1920s, René Lacoste cut the sleeves off his shirt for greater freedom of movement on the tennis court. The champion's revolutionary, non-regulatory attire was the starting point for an invention that would conquer the world: the polo shirt.