Tenis lacoste

tenis lacoste

Why Lacoste men’s tennis?

For athletic or professional sportswear, the Lacoste men’s tennis collection takes care of your appearance so you can focus on your game.

What is the history of Lacoste?

In 1933, Lacoste founded La Société Chemise Lacoste with André Gillier. The company produced the tennis shirt, also known as a polo shirt, which Lacoste often wore when he was playing; this had a crocodile (often thought to be an alligator) embroidered on the chest. In 1963, Lacostes son Bernard took over the management of the company.

Why choose Lacoste Shoes for men?

Whether you’re playing a sport or going into town, Lacoste shoes for men go with practically everything. Sneakers for daywear, slides for lounging on the beach, loafers for a chic look… every occasion is covered.

When did Jacques Lacoste win the Davis Cup?

As a member of the French team, Lacoste won the Davis Cup in 1927 and 1928. Lacoste was the World No. 1 player for both 1926 and 1927. He also won a bronze medal at the 1924 Summer Olympics. Lacoste started playing tennis at age 15 when he accompanied his father on a trip to England.

Is Lacoste a good brand for tennis?

With such a history of creativity and ingenuity backing up the label, it is no surprise that the Lacoste company continues to make artistic and performance tennis gear of impeccable quality. A young Lacoste in the tennis garb of the time.

Why do people wear Lacoste?

When I asked people why they wear Lacoste, they usually cite its quality saying that buy purchasing a more expensive Lacoste polo, they actually save money by not buying as many lower cost shirts. “My no-name polo from 10 years ago is still good.”

What did Rene Lacoste invent?

Rene Lacoste was ranked no.1 in the world in 1926 and won a total of 10 Grand Slam titles as well as several other tournaments. Lacoste was not just a great fashion mind, he invented the first tennis ball machine as well as the first racquet dampener and steel tennis racquet!

Was Rene Lacoste really “the alligator”?

In the early 1920’s great tennis player Rene Lacoste had earned the nickname “The Alligator” (oddly enough the logo is officially now a crocodile). Could such a fashion icon really be a good tennis player?

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