FRED PERRY B103 Retro 70's Tennis Trainers SW

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£69.99

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Fred Perry B103 Leather tennis trainers in snow white. Leather tennis trainers with navy and yellow sports stripe and texture laurel wreath logo.

- Fred Perry B103 leather tennis trainers snow white
- leather upper
- Gum coloured sole.
- laurel wreath logo to side
- Self coloured laces
- Colour: Snow White
- SKU: B103 FP SPORTS TENNIS SHOE 1 LEATHER SNOW WHITE

Composition: Upper: Leather. Sole: Rubber

Product ID: 27355

Delivery Information

UK Standard: 2 - 4 working days – £3.50 or FREE* if you spend over £75.00

UK Express: 1 working day (Monday - Friday) to most UK addresses - £4.95. Order before 3pm Monday - Thursday for Next Day Delivery.

UK Saturday/Sunday delivery: Order by 3pm on Friday for delivery on Saturday/Sunday - £12.00 (Select from Saturday or Sunday Delivery at the checkout. Sunday Delivery is only available to selected postcodes). 

 

EU Delivery - from £10.00 depending on weight of the order or FREE* if you spend over £150.00 

Delivery typically between 3 - 20 working days depending on destination.

 

Non-EU Delivery - from £10.00 depending on weight of the order or FREE* if you spend over £250.00

Delivery typically between 7 - 25 working days depending on destination.

 

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Returns

If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, simply return the items to us in their original condition and packaging within 30 days of receipt and we will issue a full refund (excluding original delivery charge), or exchange the item for a different size / colour, if preferred. You are responsible for returning items to us. 
Items marked with a + symbol in the title cannot be returned.

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