Casual watch, Japanese quartz movement, Chronograph featuring 24-hour, 60-minute and chronograph seconds subdials, Polished rose-gold-tone hands with white accents, Polished rose-gold-tone sweep seconds, Polished rose-gold-tone hands mark subdials, Applied polished rose-gold-tone baton markers with white accents, Rose-gold-tone Arabic numbers and indices mark subdials, Rose-gold-tone Arabic numbers and indices form minute track on surrounding concave ring, Double-layer brushed rose-gold-tone dial with textured guilloche pattern at center and polished rose-gold-tone trademark crocodile logo below twelve o'clock position, Polished rose-gold-tone stainless steel bracelet with brushed inserts, adjustable links and push-button-clasp, Polished rose-gold-tone stainless steel bezel with crystal embellishment, Oversize polished rose-gold-tone stainless steel round case, Textured rose-gold-tone steel crown with trademark crocodile logo, Polished rose-gold-tone steel selector buttons, Stainless steel screw-down caseback, Mineral crystal, 3 ATM (30 meters/100 feet water resistant)
The LACOSTE legend was born in 1933, when René Lacoste revolutionized mens fashion replacing the classical woven fabric, long-sleeved and starched shirts on the courts, by what has now become the classic LACOSTE polo shirt. More than 75 years after its creation, LACOSTE has become a lifestyle brand which allies elegance and comfort.
The LACOSTE art of living expresses itself today through a large collection of apparel for women, men and children, footwear, fragrances, leather goods, eyewear, watches, belts, home textiles, and fashion jewelry.
LACOSTE founds its success on the essential values of authenticity, performance, and elegance. The crocodile incarnates today the elegance of the champion, René Lacoste, as well as of his wife Simone Lacoste and their daughter Catherine Lacoste, both also champions, in everyday life as on the tennis courts and golf courses.
The Crocodiles origins
The true story of the "Crocodile" begins in 1923 after a bet that René Lacoste had with the Captain of the French Davis Cup Team, Allan H. Muhr, who promised him an alligator suitcase if he won an important game for the team. This episode was reported in an article in the Boston Evening Transcript, where his nickname of the Crocodile came to life for the first time. The American public grew fond of this nickname which highlighted the tenacity he displayed on the tennis courts, never giving up his prey. His friend Robert George drew him a crocodile which was embroidered on the blazer he wore on the courts. The Legend was born.See all Product Description
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