McLaren clothing and F1 clothing

By  On 19 January, 2012 | Filed Under Car Articles

Will 2012 be the year when McLaren finally create a car that is competitive with the Red Bull? Had is not been for Sebastian Vettel and his Adrian Newey designed Red Bull race car, the current champion would undoubtedly be McLaren’s Jenson Button. But even if the team finally gets back where it deserves to be, there is no guaranteeing that Jenson will reign supreme; 2011 proved to be a poor year for Lewis Hamilton mainly due to off-track distractions in his personal life, but that is all behind him now and he intends to hit the 2012 season running at full speed.

A great way to show your support for the team and its drivers is to sport some McLaren F1 clothing. The 2012 range is the best one to date and it features both Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button collections as well as team McLaren. There are collections for both Men and Women along with a smaller collection for the kids. You can also purchase the genuine McLaren team kit slim fit T-Shirt designed by Hugo Boss which is made of Polyester jersey and features a V-neck and zipped breast pocket with moisture management and UV protection.

The McLaren lifestyle collection of clothing is a stylish up-market range that includes a McLaren t-shirt, Sport Jacket, and top of the range limited edition leather jacket that is worth every penny of the £1,499.00 you will have to pay for the privilege of owning one.

If that is a little out of your league, then the McLaren Sports Selection features a uniquely designed Hugo Boss bomber jacket which is short and sporty and combines both shiny and matte sections. Made from 100% polyester, it is lightweight with a knitted stand-up collar a front zipper, zipped pockets on the chest and a soft comfortable lining. Naturally it discreetly features the McLaren logo on the inside.

Also in the McLaren Sports Selection there are long and short sleeve polo shirts, sports sweaters, along with accessories and shoes.

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