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Digging deep into its archives, Fred Perry has discovered a variation on a classic, that being the Fred Perry M2 single-tipped polo shirt.
Originally a 1960s design (and one that didn't last long outside that decade if at all), the shirt is a two-button polo with one thick stripe instead of the usual dual-stripe, with the shirt produced from a pure combed cotton yarn in Leicester.
It has a slim fit and the original 16-leaf Laurel logo. £70 is the price, with three of the colours available via the Stuarts of London site, while a light blue is available directly from Fred Perry.