Killer Savings on Fred Perry AW18 Menswear

Killer Savings on Fred Perry AW18 Menswear

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We’re well and truly into Autumn Winter 2018 season now, with new styles arriving every week at Apache. As always, our Fred Perry collection has been hotly anticipated, and we’re delighted to unveil a clutch of Fred Perry AW18 arrivals.

As our most famous heritage brand, Fred Perry have been an essential part of the Apache story since we started 25 years ago. You just can’t been the vintage cred of a Fred Perry garment.

Type in FREDAW18 at online checkout to save 10% on all Fred Perry AW18 gear.

Contrast Stripe Tartan Shirt (M4535) — £80 / Winter Tartan Shirt by Fred Perry (M4534) — £80

M4534 Winter Tartan Shirt by Fred Perry

Fred Perry’s check shirts are always popular in Autumn Winter seasons with their classic autumnal look in darker colours. This year we’re offering two distinctive Tartan shirts in Black and Mahogany. Both versions are crafted from a woven poplin cotton giving it a crisp feel, great for wearing all day in the office or out on the town. Typical shirting details include a neat button down collar, locker loop and box pleat on the back, and chest pockets with Fred Perry’s laurel wreath logo. Get one now in Medium to XX Large.

Tonal Taped Ringer T Shirt by Fred Perry (M3582) — £40

M3582 Tonal Taped Ringer T Shirt by Fred Perry

Here’s one of our all time classics, given a stylish update for Fred Perry AW18 in Grey-Pink and Washed Navy. Instead of the classic white taping of previous ringer T-shirts (still today one of our best-ever sellers), this new arrival features a black tonal “laurel wreath” taping across the shoulders and arms, matching the black embroidered laurel logo on the chest. Fred’s regular fit is tried and trusted — we can honestly say we’ve never had any complaints about a Fred Perry fit. Available in sizes ranging from Small to Extra Large.

Tonal Taped Track Jacket by Fred Perry (J3524) — £80 /

Taped Track Jacket by Fred Perry (J6231) — £80

J6231 Taped Track Jacket by Fred Perry

Fred’s famous track top is back after a 2-year hiatus with a slightly modified look for Autumn Winter 2018 season. Virtually indestructible, it’s made from a poly/tricot fabric synonymous with heritage sportswear. One thing we can guarantee from speaking to customers is that it washes and wears extremely well, making the garment a proper long term investment. Both garments show off Fred Perry’s iconic “laurel wreath” taping down the sleeves, but with a subtle difference: the Lead garment is tonal, but the Tawny Port version has a bolder black-on-white pattern to match the white enamel-coated zip.

Zip Neck Polo Shirt by Fred Perry (M4572) — £65

M4572 Zip Neck Polo Shirt by Fred Perry

This new Fred Perry AW18 zip neck polo is a real one-of-a-kind garment at Apache. Following the usual design principles of their classic polo shirts, the garment boasts a 100% Pique cotton fabric that will keep you cool and comfortable. The addition of a zip put this polo in a category of its own, making it a unique addition to your casual wardrobe. Available now in Iris Leaf and Navy from Medium to Extra Large.

Twin Tipped Pique Polo Shirt by Fred Perry (M3600) — £59.95

M3600 Twin Tipped Pique Polo Shirt by Fred Perry

We’re proud to stock around 15 colours per season in Fred Perry’s iconic Twin Tipped polo shirt range, and the new Fred Perry AW18 colours don’t disappoint. Our two favourites are Khaki (left) and Crushed Berry (right), both with black twin tipping. These polos are known to launder extremely well, which is why so many of our customers are happy to add the latest arrivals to their wardrobe, knowing that they’ll wear them for years to come. Available now from Medium to XXX Large.

Don’t forget to use the code FREDAW18 for 10% everything in the Fred Perry AW18 range.

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