Most of everyday clothing comes from the historical sporting uniforms. The most famous part of the male wardrobe, which hit the streets straight from the tennis court is a classic polo shirt.
The father of the success of these shirts was Rene Lacoste, the French tennis player, who was known not only for its excellent game, but also from the attachment to what and how he wore. It was he who in 1926, probably as the first appeared on the tennis court (the US Open) in a shirt with short sleeves own design. It was a made from cotton with a soft neck collar and button fastening. Yet then the basic element of tennis outfit was a cotton shirt with long sleeves and long flannel trousers. Therefore Rene's outfit raised quite a stir. Popularization of polo shirts in the casual fashion is attributed to American students from wealthy families and the style which they created - the preppy. Minimalism, ease combined with elegance, high quality and prestige - are the characteristics of the preppy style, dating back to the 50's. As the source is given clothing of American students from the so-called Ivy League - an association which brings together eight of elite American universities.
Polo shirts from the following offer are made of the highest quality materials, created for the uniformed services so they are refined in every detail. They will hold good both in the tactical operations and in everyday use.