Fred Perry was launched in the late 40s when Australian footballer Tibby Wegner approached Wimbledon champion Fred Perry with the idea to produce the first sweatband. 1952 saw the brand's first famous clothing: a slim-fit cotton piqué shirt with the iconic Laurel Wreath embroidery that soon became the company's signature. Today, Fred Perry is heavily influenced by its historical roots and synonymous with edgy, urban and sports-inspired clothing. Men's Fred Perry wallets are embossed with the company logo for an instantly recognisable finish. With multiple slots for cards and notes, each stylish design is ideal for the modern man. Varying textures and trademark detailing lend themselves to a modern yet practical appeal.