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Lacoste Men's Jumpers and Cardigans

If you're looking for something fashionable and well made, you don't need to look much further than Lacoste men's jumpers and cardigans to provide you with knitwear you'll be proud to own and wear.

Becoming very fashionable in the 1980s, Lacoste have remained at the forefront of urban style, producing quality men's clothing in a variety of designs, fabrics and colours.

Lacoste men's knitwear styles

Lacoste men's crew neck jumpers and cardigans sport the famous crocodile logo and are fitted in style. Lacoste men's jumpers are manufactured in plain solid colours as well as patterns such as horizontal stripes.

Lacoste zip neck men's jumpers and cardigans feature a round neck design and a zip that either zips down to just under your neck or all the way to down. This type of jumper is often worn in the spring, as it allows you more flexibility in warmer weather.

Available in a range of plain colours such as black, grey and navy, men's v-neck Lacoste jumpers are perhaps the most classic style, allowing you to dress up for a formal look or tone down for a casual look. With the addition of a collared shirt and tie underneath, a v-neck jumper can be worn to work or for a semi-formal event. V neck cardigans which have buttons down the front can be worn with just a t-shirt during the summer and come in a range of striped and bright colours.

The Lacoste Brand

One of the most famous French clothing labels in the world, Lacoste was founded in the 1930s by the tennis player Rene Lacoste, alongside Andre Gillier, who owned a knitwear company.

Lacoste have one of the most instantly recognisable logos of any sportswear and clothing firm, using a right facing green crocodile with its mouth open on its garments and products. Legend has it that the crocodile logo derives from Rene Lacoste's nickname as a tennis player, due to the way he performed on the court.

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