Size and fit

A solid feel can be expected from the low-top Fred Perry Baseline Leather, which has an upper made up of leather. It’s offered in men’s sizes. The lace-up closure keeps things tight, while the low-cut collar enables the ankle to move without hindrance.

Fred Perry Baseline Leather Style

The Fred Perry Baseline Leather comes in white, tan, black, and dark airforce colorways. It has a classic, tennis-inspired silhouette that gives off a simple yet elegant vibe. It can be easily paired with a t-shirt and jeans for any casual day.

Pastel or neutral hues will go well with the shoe. It has a sophisticated appeal that can go well with dressy outfits, such as slacks or chinos. The look can be completed with a button-down or polo shirt, resulting in a preppy style.

Notable Features

A smooth, coated leather material makes up the upper of the Fred Perry Baseline Leather trainers. They have a contrast leather lining along with terry toweling in its in-sock to provide unrivaled comfort. Additional detailing includes the tonal twin stitch for a preppy touch.

Embroidered on the shoe's side is the Laurel Wreath branding, adding a luxury sneaker look to the model. The silhouette is minimalistic and straightforward, giving off an elegant vibe. Completing the classic and smooth flair is the flat lace-up closure, along with the plain white midsole.

Fred Perry Baseline Leather History

British tennis champion Fred Perry is known for winning three consecutive Wimbledon championships in the 1930s. Also, he was the first tennis player to achieve a career grand slam at just 26 years old, having won the four major singles titles in 1935.

The Fred Perry brand was launched in the 1940s when former Austrian football player Tibby Wegner approached Perry. He had come up with the first design for a sweatband, and the product was the first item to be sold in the Fred Perry label. 

Since then, the brand and its Laurel Wreath logo have become widely recognized around the world. The image was inspired by the original Wimbledon symbol, a fitting tribute to Perry's illustrious career. Today, Fred Perry's clothes and footwear have become staples in sporty yet preppy fashion.

Fred Perry kicks consist of sporty shoes with tennis-inspired designs. The label’s plimsolls are meant to bridge life on and off the court. As such, the sneakers are infused with a relaxed look balanced by such functional features as a slim vulcanized rubber sole.

One of the brand’s in-demand kicks is the Fred Perry Baseline Leather sneaker, a slimline leather plimsoll model. It has a smooth, coated finish in its leather upper, along with contrast-color lining for subtle detail. It's also trimmed with double-stitched edges in addition to its monochrome eyelets and textured rubber outsole. 

Such small details elevate the sneaker’s minimalistic silhouette into a sophisticated design. It's ideal for those who want an off duty look that doesn't get too lax on the stylish side. It's perfectly built for spectators at both terraces and gig venues.

Additional Info

  • The slim rubber sole has a subtle texture, providing traction and support.


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