Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by Eric89, Jun 12, 2007.
We all know the Nike, Lacoste, Puma ect. Anyone know a company that is just starting or very small?
Topper (Chela and Canas), Limited Sports (Haas).
Fred Perry (?) - Andy Murray
I rarely see people wearing it..
Airness, a french brand that sponsors Davydenko and Petrova, new to tennis although I had seen some of their soccer equipment before.
fred perry is not a very small company. and it's very expensive! it's like the bentley of sports wear.
nice, anything without a pro player sponsor?
I had no idea Fred Perry was such an awesome British tennis player! Now I'm gonna buy all their stuff, and even more Lacoste clothing!
A guy on here started a company, Ozone Athletics...
Pictures of apparel in middle of the thread: http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=106653
I don't think they have sponsered anyone.
lol looking for sponsorships!?
e-mail me and ill give you a whole list of small clothing companies
Fred perry has been around for like 50 years +. Not really a small company.
You don't see many people wear their clothing because it is not readily available in the USA and it is expensive.
Thanks for the post guys
haha i am not looking for a sponsorship i just dont really like alot of the main companys styles...i more of a retro kinda guy, just looking for some new stuff.
You realize of course that is tantamount to loving the Cubbies AND the White Sox, right?
Probably not the garage-ish startup you had in mind, but....I think diadora is amazing. Not expensive, topnotch threads, clean designs and a hipper look than anything the big manufacturers have been churning out of late.
Not exactly just starting out either as Fred Perry has been around for at least 60 years.
If you like retro then check out the new Boris Becker "Serveman" clothing line. Both a new start-up and a small company.
o ok, well still e-mail me then lol i have a long list for ya for things you can try
i never wear it, but loads of chavs wear it here, it must be available not that expensive but i would imagine that the nicer stuff would be quite expensive. and loads of people wear it here.
Chavs- that is not exactly a complimentary term is it?
Yah I guess since it is UK based, it may not be that expensive where you are located. Nike is the same way over here. Hit the Nike outlet and some discount places and you can get their stuff pretty cheap, but probably not so in the UK.
I'm liking the boris becker line, and it's the closest thing i've seen to well done, retro, simple tennis clothing. Plus i like my tennis shorts to have built in linings and his line does. Babolat has a few things I like but I really don't like how proud they are of their logos and the size of them.
I'll check out diadora tho.
Ferreira......they started out for children but now theyre are making stuff for adults..........the only person i know that theyve sponsored is anderson reed....whos like 30 in the nation in b16s
What about Spadea's?
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