Our model Petrus is 1,77m tall and wears the size M.
Fred Perry's Twin Tipped Polo Shirt is the father of the polos, worshiped by brit-pop legends, skinheads, players, hustlers, rude boys, hooligans, mods, tennis players and other good guys out of the UK. We all know the deal: In 1952, professional tennis player Fred Perry launched what was to be his most famous garment: A cotton pique polo shirt with the world-famous Laurel Wreath embroidery. From the beginning, Fred Perry - and the tipped pique shirt in particular - has been associated with a whole series of subcultures driven by musical affinities. And it's still one of the top 10 streetwear items for those in the know. Also known as the M3636, the Fred Perry Long Sleeve Twin Tipped Shirt features a rib collar with contrast stripe details, button placket at chest, stretch rib cuffs as well as Fred Perry's Laurel Wreath logo embroidered at left chest. It's equipped with a regular fit, plus it's made from 100% cotton piqué.