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Win with #WimbleWin Day 12 | Australian L’alpina

Our prize today is this classically styled Italian made polo shirt from our friends at Australian L’alpina. Its design features unique open dots, over a main colour with Australian Kangaroo motif on breast and button fastening, contrasting colour, collared neck.The international popularity of the brand, with its unique Kangaroo motif has lead to the range of clothing extending from the tennis court to the leisure market.

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Australian L'alpina remains the ultimate expression of classic styling, urban chic and sporting excellence thanks to innovative designs and high quality materials.

Originally founded in 1946 by Leardo Gabrielli, the L’Alpina brand of clothing soon grew to dominate the fashionable tennis scene in the late 50s and early 60s and was seen as the benchmark for contemporary styling and practicality.

Today, the retro styled L’Alpina range of clothing is still being designed and made in Italy and is exclusively available in the UK from Australian clothing.

It remains the ultimate expression of classic styling, urban chic and sporting excellence thanks to innovative designs and high quality materials.

Australian continues to strive for perfection and the range of clothing is always being added to. In fact, just like the tennis icons of the 60s, we’ve never settled for second best and continue to strive for perfection.

 



From the tennis courts of the late 1950’s and early 1960s, the Australian L’Alpina range of sports clothing was synonymous with style, practicality and comfort. By using innovative designs and technically advanced materials, the Australian brand pioneered the modern sports clothing scene and set the way for sports clothing to be also worn as stylish leisurewear.

The trend has continued to the modern era with many of the new breed of professional tennis players adopting the Australian brand. Similarly, the range of clothing is seen as a modern retro styled classic and worn by people who cherish its sporting heritage and unique style.

Australian is today worn by some of the World’s Top Players, like Frantisek Cermak, Karol Beck and Italian Paolo Lorenzi. Beyond the international circuit Australian is sponsor of more than 250 tennis trainers and players. In 2013 Australian became the new Technical Sponsor of the Internazionali BNL of Italy for the next 4 years.

To explore the range of L’alpina inspired clothing and continue to aspire to what makes the brand so unique…classic style, uncompromising quality, and practicality visit www.australianlalpina.co.uk now.



 

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    #WimbleWin Day 12

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