Brand Information: Rene Lacoste is the man behind this brand. He was born in France on 2nd July 1904. He had a master mind and therefore he got this nick name "the Alligator"  by the American press. His three Open Victories should not be forgotten that was in 1925, 1928, and 1929. The other two mentionable victories are in Great Britain and he also received the two open U.S title at Forest Hills. Lacoste and Andre Gillier that was the owner and president of the largest French knitwear manufacturer firm of that time, started off with a company in 1933 which manufactured the logo-embroidered shirt which this champion used this wear on the tennis court and as well as a number of there shirts for tennis, golf and sailing. It was the first time when this brand name appeared on the outside of an article of clothing. This idea got fame and became extremely successful. The first shirt of this brand that was launched was white in color. It was slightly shorter than its knitted fabric called "jersey petit pique" From that time till now this brand offers the same high quality, comfort and support on which this brand name was built and which constitute its uniqueness. Lacoste footwear combines classic styling with contemporary details. All its products have that little crocodile logo on every pair. Most of the Lacoste footwear looks very sporty and therefore people might expect that it only contains sneaker. Yes! it does contain a lot of sneakers but at the same time it also manufactures women's boots as well.


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Avant L Sneakers – Metal Crocodile Logo

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Alisha 2 Sneakers – Canvas upper Boat Shoes

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Carnaby Clean Sneakers

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Carnaby R Shoes

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Shua SK Shoes, Easy Strap

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Illusion Sneakers


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Footwear, The Story of Rene Lacoste and Andre Gillier