Print Shirt (marl grey)
Fred Perry Collectibles
For over 50 years mods, skinheads and scooter boys have made the weekend pilgrimage to British seaside towns to attend "weekender" rallies, listen to live music and dance. In the early 1980s scooter lover and illustrator, Paddy Smith began producing and selling commemorative "weekender" patches. The hand-printed designs, exclusively available at each event, began to be worn as medals - proof of attendance. Each patch was unique to that "weekender" and the design told the story of that date and destination.
Paddy Smith designed this shirt with the same "weekender" patch aesthetic in mind.
An adaptation of the Twin Tipped Fred Perry Shirt designed with a three-button placket and slightly slimmer proportions than the original G12.
Cotton piqué / Three-button placket / Machine wash or dry clean
You will not find this collection in any other store. We only have a few left in stock.
Mannequin is 5' 8" (175.26 cm), US size 4 wearing a US size 4 shirt.
Do up the buttons and straighten the collar upwards, then turn inside out.
If you’ve been out dancing around at your local gig venue, wash it at 40˚c to get it really fresh.
If your shirt isn’t so dirty, wash it at 30˚c, or better yet, why not wear it again.
After washing, gently re-shape your Fred Perry Shirt whilst it’s still damp.
Please, steer clear of the tumble dryer. It hates your clothes.
Hang your Fred Perry Shirts up inside out and either dry flat, or line dry in a shady spot.