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FILA Vintage

Fila Vintage Mens ClothingFILA VINTAGE 

Over 100 years of sporting heritage, FILA Vintage cannot be surpassed. Now in thier 108th year, this season sees Fila Vintage expand thier popular Settanta Track Top range, adding new colours and even a limited edtion tonal black. Alongside this are new colours in the BB1 polo, 70s Vandorno T-Shirt and retro Courto track top. Highlights of this seasons collection include the Grosso Track Top, one from the archives and a throwback to the Mod Casuals of the 80s, and the Toneto retro teddybear fleece jacket for winter is sure to be a winner. 

FILA Clothing was founded in 1909 by the Fila Brothers in Biella, a small town in the northern Italian region of Piedmont. The original objective for Fila was to create textiles of the highest quality for the local people living in the Italian Alps, but they soon branched out into sportwear for men and women. However, it wasn't until 1973 that FILA really began to make its name as the sportswear legend we all know it as today.

In 1975 and onwards, FILA sponsored tennis and Wimbledon legend, Bjorn Borg, designing a range of clothing for him, the popularity of which enjures today. The Settanta track top with its jersey fabric construction, pinstripe side panels and instantly regonsable stripe tipping is perhaps the style most linked to Borg. At Wimbledon and other tournaments, Borg wore original colours Chinese Red, Kelly Green and Peacoat Navy, and the Settanta jacket is available in many more colours each season too. Carrying on the pinstripe theme, the BB1 polo is another Bjorn Borg style. Also available in many colours each year, the Wimbledon reminiscent Gardenia off white colour is always popular. 

Into the 1980s, FILA was at the forefront of sports fashion. Mod Casuals and football fans picked up on the look, utilising it in their own style. Casuals like FILA for its retro 70s look, clean design and comfort. It became a staple of the terraces look. 


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