Lacoste up to 50% off

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Up to 50% discount in online shopping on selected products at Lacoste.The offer is valid for a limited time.Click the “get deal” box to go to the store.
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Lacoste 30% child discount

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Lacoste 30-50% discount on selected products

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Lacoste 4 special benefits for “le club lacoste” members

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If you become a member of the “le club lacoste” group in the Lacoste online store, you can benefit from 4 special advantages. These are “birthday gifts”, “special offers”, “loyal customer rewards” and “customer points”. Less

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Lacoste

Lacoste S.A. is a French company, founded in 1933 by tennis player René Lacoste, and entrepreneur André Gillier. It sells clothing, footwear, sportswear, eyewear, leather goods, perfume, towels and watches. The company can be recognised by its green alligator logo.René Lacoste, the company’s founder, was first given the nickname “the Alligator” by the American press after he bet his team captain an alligator-skin suitcase that he would win his match. He was later redubbed “the Crocodile” by French fans because of his tenacity on the tennis court. In November 2012, Lacoste was bought outright by Swiss family-held group Maus Freres.

 

 

Until 1950, the famous Lacoste L.12.12 polo (so named because it took 12 prototypes until the company settled on the final version) was only available in white. Now it comes in 40 different colors.
The French Open stadium, Roland Garros, was built for René Lacoste and his teammates Jacques Brugnon, Henri Cochet, and Jean Borotra, who were collectively known as the “Four Musketeers.” The foursome “dominated tennis in the 1920s and into the early 1930s as individuals and members of France’s Davis Cup teams,” according to the International Tennis Hall of Fame.