Fred Perry stops selling polo shirts in the US after far right group associations

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Fred Perry has pulled one of its famous polo shirts after it became associated with a neo-fascist organisation.

The British clothes maker said it was "incredibly frustrating" that the Proud Boys had adopted its black and yellow shirt - and announced it would no longer be selling the item in North America and Canada.

"To be absolutely clear, if you see any Proud Boys materials or products featuring our Laurel Wreath or any Black/Yellow/Yellow related items, they have absolutely nothing to do with us, and we are working with our lawyers to pursue any unlawful use of our brand," it said in a statement on its website.

Fred Perry is an iconic British brand and does not wish to be associated with racist thugs. Its bad for their image. We all have a Fred Perry shirt, now we can start wearing them again free of the stigma.

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Fred Perry has pulled one of its famous polo shirts after it became associated with a neo-fascist organisation.

The British clothes maker said it was "incredibly frustrating" that the Proud Boys had adopted its black and yellow shirt - and announced it would no longer be selling the item in North America and Canada.

"To be absolutely clear, if you see any Proud Boys materials or products featuring our Laurel Wreath or any Black/Yellow/Yellow related items, they have absolutely nothing to do with us, and we are working with our lawyers to pursue any unlawful use of our brand," it said in a statement on its website.

Fred Perry is an iconic British brand and does not wish to be associated with racist thugs. Its bad for their image. We all have a Fred Perry shirt, now we can start wearing them again free of the stigma.

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The Proud Boys are not racist, nor are they thugs.


I wonder what any UK chapters would do, in face of your rape ring problem.

What are you doing about it?
 

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Fred Perry has pulled one of its famous polo shirts after it became associated with a neo-fascist organisation.

The British clothes maker said it was "incredibly frustrating" that the Proud Boys had adopted its black and yellow shirt - and announced it would no longer be selling the item in North America and Canada.

"To be absolutely clear, if you see any Proud Boys materials or products featuring our Laurel Wreath or any Black/Yellow/Yellow related items, they have absolutely nothing to do with us, and we are working with our lawyers to pursue any unlawful use of our brand," it said in a statement on its website.

Fred Perry is an iconic British brand and does not wish to be associated with racist thugs. Its bad for their image. We all have a Fred Perry shirt, now we can start wearing them again free of the stigma.

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The Proud Boys are not racist, nor are they thugs.


I wonder what any UK chapters would do, in face of your rape ring problem.

What are you doing about it?
Anyone who stands in any opposition whatsoever to the Jacobins is deemed "neo-fascist".
 
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Fred Perry has pulled one of its famous polo shirts after it became associated with a neo-fascist organisation.

The British clothes maker said it was "incredibly frustrating" that the Proud Boys had adopted its black and yellow shirt - and announced it would no longer be selling the item in North America and Canada.

"To be absolutely clear, if you see any Proud Boys materials or products featuring our Laurel Wreath or any Black/Yellow/Yellow related items, they have absolutely nothing to do with us, and we are working with our lawyers to pursue any unlawful use of our brand," it said in a statement on its website.

Fred Perry is an iconic British brand and does not wish to be associated with racist thugs. Its bad for their image. We all have a Fred Perry shirt, now we can start wearing them again free of the stigma.

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The Proud Boys are not racist, nor are they thugs.


I wonder what any UK chapters would do, in face of your rape ring problem.

What are you doing about it?
Hate groups are bad for business.
 

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Fred Perry has pulled one of its famous polo shirts after it became associated with a neo-fascist organisation.

The British clothes maker said it was "incredibly frustrating" that the Proud Boys had adopted its black and yellow shirt - and announced it would no longer be selling the item in North America and Canada.

"To be absolutely clear, if you see any Proud Boys materials or products featuring our Laurel Wreath or any Black/Yellow/Yellow related items, they have absolutely nothing to do with us, and we are working with our lawyers to pursue any unlawful use of our brand," it said in a statement on its website.

Fred Perry is an iconic British brand and does not wish to be associated with racist thugs. Its bad for their image. We all have a Fred Perry shirt, now we can start wearing them again free of the stigma.

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The Proud Boys are not racist, nor are they thugs.


I wonder what any UK chapters would do, in face of your rape ring problem.

What are you doing about it?
Hate groups are bad for business.

A "hate group" who's primary activity seems to marching and seeing if your side attacks them and then defends itself.


If that is hate, what do you call what you people do? Super hate? Extra-vile evulness? Grapulux?
 

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Fred Perry has pulled one of its famous polo shirts after it became associated with a neo-fascist organisation.

The British clothes maker said it was "incredibly frustrating" that the Proud Boys had adopted its black and yellow shirt - and announced it would no longer be selling the item in North America and Canada.

"To be absolutely clear, if you see any Proud Boys materials or products featuring our Laurel Wreath or any Black/Yellow/Yellow related items, they have absolutely nothing to do with us, and we are working with our lawyers to pursue any unlawful use of our brand," it said in a statement on its website.

Fred Perry is an iconic British brand and does not wish to be associated with racist thugs. Its bad for their image. We all have a Fred Perry shirt, now we can start wearing them again free of the stigma.

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The Proud Boys are not racist, nor are they thugs.


I wonder what any UK chapters would do, in face of your rape ring problem.

What are you doing about it?
Hate groups are bad for business.
Opposing fifth columnist wahckjobs like you isn't "hate"....It's good sense.
 
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Fred Perry has pulled one of its famous polo shirts after it became associated with a neo-fascist organisation.

The British clothes maker said it was "incredibly frustrating" that the Proud Boys had adopted its black and yellow shirt - and announced it would no longer be selling the item in North America and Canada.

"To be absolutely clear, if you see any Proud Boys materials or products featuring our Laurel Wreath or any Black/Yellow/Yellow related items, they have absolutely nothing to do with us, and we are working with our lawyers to pursue any unlawful use of our brand," it said in a statement on its website.

Fred Perry is an iconic British brand and does not wish to be associated with racist thugs. Its bad for their image. We all have a Fred Perry shirt, now we can start wearing them again free of the stigma.

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The Proud Boys are not racist, nor are they thugs.


I wonder what any UK chapters would do, in face of your rape ring problem.

What are you doing about it?
Hate groups are bad for business.

A "hate group" who's primary activity seems to marching and seeing if your side attacks them and then defends itself.


If that is hate, what do you call what you people do? Super hate? Extra-vile evulness? Grapulux?
Fred Perry was associated with multi racial skinhead culture from the 70s. Its roots are in tolerance and diversity. They do not share any values with the puke boyz.
 

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Fred Perry has pulled one of its famous polo shirts after it became associated with a neo-fascist organisation.

The British clothes maker said it was "incredibly frustrating" that the Proud Boys had adopted its black and yellow shirt - and announced it would no longer be selling the item in North America and Canada.

"To be absolutely clear, if you see any Proud Boys materials or products featuring our Laurel Wreath or any Black/Yellow/Yellow related items, they have absolutely nothing to do with us, and we are working with our lawyers to pursue any unlawful use of our brand," it said in a statement on its website.

Fred Perry is an iconic British brand and does not wish to be associated with racist thugs. Its bad for their image. We all have a Fred Perry shirt, now we can start wearing them again free of the stigma.

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The Proud Boys are not racist, nor are they thugs.


I wonder what any UK chapters would do, in face of your rape ring problem.

What are you doing about it?
Hate groups are bad for business.

A "hate group" who's primary activity seems to marching and seeing if your side attacks them and then defends itself.


If that is hate, what do you call what you people do? Super hate? Extra-vile evulness? Grapulux?
Fred Perry was associated with multi racial skinhead culture from the 70s. Its roots are in tolerance and diversity. They do not share any values with the puke boyz.

Multi-racial? You don't say.

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Fred Perry has pulled one of its famous polo shirts after it became associated with a neo-fascist organisation.

The British clothes maker said it was "incredibly frustrating" that the Proud Boys had adopted its black and yellow shirt - and announced it would no longer be selling the item in North America and Canada.

"To be absolutely clear, if you see any Proud Boys materials or products featuring our Laurel Wreath or any Black/Yellow/Yellow related items, they have absolutely nothing to do with us, and we are working with our lawyers to pursue any unlawful use of our brand," it said in a statement on its website.

Fred Perry is an iconic British brand and does not wish to be associated with racist thugs. Its bad for their image. We all have a Fred Perry shirt, now we can start wearing them again free of the stigma.

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Guess they'll have to find some cheap knockoffs made in China.

(Hunter may have some contacts in the business)
 

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"To be absolutely clear, if you see any Proud Boys materials or products featuring our Laurel Wreath or any Black/Yellow/Yellow related items, they have absolutely nothing to do with us, and we are working with our lawyers to pursue any unlawful use of our brand," it said in a statement on its website.
Does a clothing manufacturer in the UK really think that it has any valid claim to the authority to dictate who may or may not buy and wear their products?
 

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Fred Perry has pulled one of its famous polo shirts after it became associated with a neo-fascist organisation.

The British clothes maker said it was "incredibly frustrating" that the Proud Boys had adopted its black and yellow shirt - and announced it would no longer be selling the item in North America and Canada.

"To be absolutely clear, if you see any Proud Boys materials or products featuring our Laurel Wreath or any Black/Yellow/Yellow related items, they have absolutely nothing to do with us, and we are working with our lawyers to pursue any unlawful use of our brand," it said in a statement on its website.

Fred Perry is an iconic British brand and does not wish to be associated with racist thugs. Its bad for their image. We all have a Fred Perry shirt, now we can start wearing them again free of the stigma.

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The people at FP are moronic.

Trying to keep their products aways from people they see are misusing them is sort of futile. Should a manufacturer of bedding ban the importation of while sheets into America because of the product's association with the Triple K? Should Tommy Hilfiger quit selling shirts that are brown, because of their association with the "Brown Shirts"?
 

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polo shirts?.....is that the kind Richard Simmons wears?....
I don't get it.

How could an innocuous dork shirt possibly be deemed so offensive by the moonbats? :dunno:

I can't wait to hear their convoluted explanation for why it triggers them. It ought to be entertaining.

:popcorn:
 

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polo shirts?.....is that the kind Richard Simmons wears?....
I don't get it.

How could an innocuous dork shirt possibly be deemed so offensive by the moonbats? :dunno:

I can't wait to hear their convoluted explanation for why it triggers them. It ought to be entertaining.

:popcorn:
well this is a tommy the taint thread....
 

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This story reminds me of when I was a teenager, and the homos established "Gay Jeans" day.

The folks at Wrangler ignored the baiting, I guess this designer is a lot more easily jerked around.
 

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Fred Perry has pulled one of its famous polo shirts after it became associated with a neo-fascist organisation.

The British clothes maker said it was "incredibly frustrating" that the Proud Boys had adopted its black and yellow shirt - and announced it would no longer be selling the item in North America and Canada.

"To be absolutely clear, if you see any Proud Boys materials or products featuring our Laurel Wreath or any Black/Yellow/Yellow related items, they have absolutely nothing to do with us, and we are working with our lawyers to pursue any unlawful use of our brand," it said in a statement on its website.

Fred Perry is an iconic British brand and does not wish to be associated with racist thugs. Its bad for their image. We all have a Fred Perry shirt, now we can start wearing them again free of the stigma.

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Leftists go above and beyond to prove how stupid they are, don't they?
 

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