Born Alpina Maglierie Sportive, Australian shows up on the market in 1946 with a skiing clothing line. In 1956 the company starts being referred to as Australian as it dips into tennis clothing: starring top of the line textures, its high-quality production delves into Italian long-standing care for details and fabrics. Australian catalog could be split in two: on one side the Hardcourt line stands as a well-balanced range of sport-underground items inspired to the '90s, on the other the Sportswear collectionreworks signature styles mixing significant graphics elements with modern influences. Bearing all, the Italian brand endorsed Ivan Lendl and Goran Ivanisevic taking taped pants, color-blocking prints and Australian logo branding on the courts from all over the world. Australian is aware that sport values go beyond the tennis pitch: nylon tracksuits achieve fame thanks to its contribute, but meanwhile the label keeps on reinventing its cult products and churning out Australian T-shirts blending heritage with up-to-date. Australian's diversified offer reflects its identity: starring a distinct Kangaroo logo, it juggles multi-color patterns and lettering logo by rotating vintage tracksuits, all-over tees and loose shorts - every piece is strictly made in Italy. Going back to the terrace culture of mid '80s, sweatpants and track top sweatshirts were part and parcel of the storming hooligans movement, as well as integral part of the infamous rave parties set up during the golden age of gabber subculture. Every collection originates from vintage graphics and then develops according to present-day cuts, following the rules of today's streetwear. Visit our dedicated page and stay updated on Australian!