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HEAD BOYS CLUB TECH Tennis T-Shirt – Royal Blue
HEAD BOYS CLUB TECH BOYS Tennis T-Shirt : Blue – Designed in a classic Royal Blue. The shirt is made using elastic material, ensuring a good and comfortable, crew-neck fit. Because of the functional polyester material, the shirt is very firm, but supple, and feels dry throughout the training session. The shirt also protects against UV rays with a UPF of 30+. In short: this is the perfect shirt for sports in summer, both outdoors and indoors.
XLB (176cm) 14-16yr,
LB (164cm) 12-14yr,
MB (152cm) 10-12yr
SB : (140cm) 8-10yr.
XS : (128cm) 6-8yr..
- Crew neck construction
- Personalised neck tape
- Mesh side inserts for enhanced breatheability
- Colour blocked inserts
- Very good UV protection: UPF 30+ (main fabric)
- Fit: Regular
- Main Fabric: 100% polyester piqué with wicking
- Fabric: 100% polyester flatback mesh
At PURE RACKET SPORT we carry a large range of everything you need for Tennis, Squash and Badminton. We sell a selection of junior tennis clothing in addition to all the accessories and equipment your child will need for the sport. We are specialists – and our shop is 2,000 squ ft. so plenty of choice and good advice ! Find us in Farnham, Surrey – open 7 days a week with private customer car park right outside the entrance.
Head Sport was founded in the United States in 1950 by aeronautical engineer Howard Head. In the late 1960s, a tennis division was created when Howard Head figured out a way of strengthening the tennis racket by introducing the aluminium frame. The idea became a success and was first introduced in the 1969 US Open. In 1975 , one of the tennis players that Head sponsored, Arthur Ashe, incredibly won Wimbledon, defeating the favoured Jimmy Connors. In 1997, Head created the first titanium and graphite tennis racket. Head proved to be successful in 2012, with three Major winners during the year : Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open, Maria Sharapova at the French Open and Andy Murray at the US Open. Head started integrating graphene into their rackets in 2013.
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