Combining sportswear with streetwear is what British heritage brand, Fred Perry does better than any other brand. The label was launched in the late 40s by former Austrian footballer, Tibby Wegner and three times Wimbledon champion, Fred Perry and the first Fred Perry product was a sweatband, a practical accessory that was soon adopted by tennis players across Britain. In 1952, the duo launched what would become one of the most iconic designs of British design, the slim-fit cotton piqué shirt with the iconic Laurel Wreath logo. Today that is the emblem for many a cultural group, from skinheads and rockers, to Oasis, Blur and Amy Winehouse fans. This collection of men's Fred Perry shoes is well worth a look.