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- When life on the dive bar circuit runs into the early hours, you tend to call the nearest welcome flat your home. Luckily, in the Fred Perry™ Classic Barrel Bag, you always have a spare polo, plimsolls, and a little black book full of the numbers of the most likely suspects.
- Two-tone ribbon trim lends an authentic retro finish to the tricolor faux-leather bag.
- Spacious main compartment features a zippered back back wall pocket to keep loose items separate.
- Zippered end pocket for grab-and-go items.
- Iconic Laurel Wreath in metallic gold print.
- Vintage Fred Perry logo set at the end.
- Removable crossbody strap adjustable sliding buckle.
- Top handles.
- Double top-zip closure.
- Woven poly lining.
- Bottom Width: 17 1⁄2 in
- Middle Width: 17 1⁄2 in
- Top Width: 17 1⁄2 in
- Depth: 10 in
- Height: 10 in
- Handle Length: 20 in
- Handle Drop: 7 1⁄2 in
- Accessory Strap Length: 53 1⁄2 in
- Accessory Strap Drop: 32 in
- Weight: 1 lb 14 oz
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Fred Perry soon developed the business with Wegner by making Fred Perry polo shirts. The Fred Perry logo was skillfully merchandised by offering these polo shirts to BBC cameramen, whilst Fred Perry and Dan Maskell both wore them when commentating. They gave polos to all the leading players; it was the era of Hoad, Rosewell and the young Australians, who were only too keen to get their hands on these new items of clothing, since they looked better than the baggy, ill-fitting alternatives.
It was a clever and successful marketing initiative. People became aware of the Fred Perry logo and associated it with Wimbledon, the world's premier tennis tournament, and the world's finest tennis players. The Fred Perry polo shirt hit the jackpot. It was a good product; customers saw it, liked it and bought it. The construction of the cotton piqué shirt, with its open honeycomb stitch and great fit, made it perfect as performance wear for tennis and soon became the shirt of choice for several subcultures throughout the world.
Being very popular among youth again, Fred Perry once was the shirt of choice for several distinctive groups of teenagers throughout the '60s and '70s. Skinheads and Manchester's own 'Perry Boys,' a group of violent football supporters, were among the subcultures that made Fred Perry shirts popular. Although those days are long gone, the Fred Perry laurel logo (usually found on the left chest of the polo shirts) has remained an important staple in the style of today's generation. Especially popular in the indie subculture, the signature fit of the Fred Perry shirt has proven to bridge the gaps of diverse demographics.
Fred Perry Classic Barrel Bag
I have the 2011 version in green and I love it. But it has been 2years... so it is time for a new one!
- Jack W - customer
- from United States
- May 17, 2013
Extremely versatile bag. I use it for work and gym and there's tons of space. Always get compliments on it too. Only wish the two hand straps were better equipped for wearing on the shoulders (the straps slide off too easily).
- M P - customer
- from New York, NY
- December 14, 2012