Lots of fluffy precipitation in the mountains as of late; which compels me to revive this thread again.
Since the last post above mentioned Atomic skis, here is a rather scarce example of an Atomic racquet. It is made in Belgium, and definitely has a Snauwaert look to it (consistent with what others had reported in the past). It also specs and plays just like a "Fortissimo Graphite", so it's a pretty safe bet that this is a Snauwaert contract product.
In post #60, I had mentioned that I was a Völkl nut once, and had bought a bunch of their clothing from the shop I was working for in the mid-'80s. They were unsold inventory from years earlier, some of which dated back to the mid-'70s. I thought I had worn them all out or lost them, but recently came across a set that I had stashed away and forgotten about. The elastic bits have all dried out and turned into brown dust, so these are no longer wearable even if I hadn't suffered from closet shrinkage in the intervening decades.
The terrycloth onesie below with its integral whitie-tighty had never been worn (the brown streaks are storage stains and not skid marks). I didn't know such a garment had existed at the time, and bought it mainly because it tickled my juvenile sensibility. I presume it was designed to produce a tucked-in look that could only be undone via catastrophic injury? Has anyone here ever worn something like this back in the day? Of course, there is a distinct possibility that this is a base layer for a ski outfit, not tennis, but I found it with those tennis clothing, hence the assumption.