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New range of Bradley Wiggins-designed winter Fred Perry shirts now online

New range of Bradley Wiggins-designed winter Fred Perry shirts
New range of Bradley Wiggins-designed winter Fred Perry shirts
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Not content with producing a first and a second range, it looks like Bradley Wiggins has squeezed in some time to produce a third instalment of cycling-inspired Fred Perry shirts, which you can buy from today.

This is the winter range, referencing cycling style as you might imagine, but also mixing in with the Fred Perry ‘look’. The end result you can see here, which includes a long-sleeved quarter zip jersey that’s knitted in ‘soft touch’ merino wool and a classic Fred Perry shirt that’s been given a twist of zip neck fastening.

It looks like some new colours of season two stock are also online, you can check out if that’s the case at the Fred Perry site, which has it all on sale right now.

Price-wise, we’re talking £125 for the long sleeve and £85 for the polo shirt in the colours you can see on this page.

Find out more at the Fred Perry website

New range of Bradley Wiggins-designed winter Fred Perry shirts
New range of Bradley Wiggins-designed winter Fred Perry shirts
New range of Bradley Wiggins-designed winter Fred Perry shirts
New range of Bradley Wiggins-designed winter Fred Perry shirts
New range of Bradley Wiggins-designed winter Fred Perry shirts
New range of Bradley Wiggins-designed winter Fred Perry shirts
New range of Bradley Wiggins-designed winter Fred Perry shirts
New range of Bradley Wiggins-designed winter Fred Perry shirts
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5 Comments

  1. £125 for a made in China top? No thanks

  2. Back in the fold

    Totally agree. Back in the day the basic collared shirt was perfect, now, overpriced tat. Do we really need clothes designed by cyclists and musicians?

  3. Made in China? Where’d you get that information from?

  4. smartiepanz

    if they fit you the way they fit the bloke in the photo, you are a sucker and a fool for buying.

  5. no good if you’re fat

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