Go Back To The Old Skool With Our Selection Of Classic Track Tops
From centre court crowds to football fan nostalgia, our selection of old skool track tops will certainly keep you on point.
When it comes to classic sportswear, the track top is arguably the daddy of them all. At 80s Casual Classics the trusty track top has been part and parcel of our DNA from the very beginning, from bringing back classic 80s styles alongside re-working archive silhouettes with new exclusive colourways. Over the years our website has become the ‘go to’ place for a wide variety of signature styles from the classic Italian & German sportswear brands which really made their mark during the casual era of the 1980s. We’ve proudly brought back archive styles from brands such as Ellesse & Fila, as well as supplying the wardrobe for various films which celebrate the 80s era. You could say we take our old skool track tops very seriously, but more importantly our selections have always remained true to the 80s Casual Classics ethos; old skool classics, because no one does it better.
After working with Nick Love and supplying the wardrobe for The Firm in 2009, we also worked with Ellesse in bringing back some key signature 80s styles. The Rimini just so happened to be one of them, which is now available in a new exclusive sky blue colourway at 80s Casual Classics.
The iconic Dallas track top from Sergio Tacchini now returns to its spiritual home in its original navy colourway as famously worn by Frankie played by Danny Dyer in The Business from 2005. A classic sportswear style that also made its name on centre court thanks to the Sergio Tacchini pin up boy of the 80s, John McEnroe.
Taking inspiration from the iconic headband worn by the Swedish tennis legend Björn Borg, the Fila Striped track top is exclusive to 80s Casual Classics. Featuring the striped pattern from Borg’s signature tennis headband to the chest and classic Fila detailing throughout.
Endorsed by the German football legend, Franz Beckenbauer, the Beckenbauer track top is full of football nostalgia and old skool sportswear vibes. The latest design still takes its design from the original archive style of 1973 with the classic 3 stripes running down the sleeves and the famous trefoil branding to the chest.