Lacoste Pike is a type of classic knit with a distinct knitting structure. It is soft and fleshy to the touch. Most often used for sewing polo garments with a collar, dresses, skirts, and suits. In 1929 René Lacoste, a French tennis player, invented his jersey. While playing in the US Open in 1926, he wore a white shirt with short sleeves and a collar for the first time. It was a complete change from the tennis fashion prevailing at that time.
- Knit plain, single jersey
- Oeko-Tex Standard 100 cotton.
- Application: pants, t-shirts, blouses, dresses, tunics, children's clothes.
- Wash at temperatures up to 40 degrees Celsius
- Iron up to 150 degrees Celsius
- Do not chlorinate
- Do not dry clean
- Dry in an upright position
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