Lotto clothing combines the practical and hardwearing features all good sportswear needs with a touch of Italian style. The brand was founded in Montebelluna, Italy in 1973 and began by making a range of tennis shoes, which were promoted by three-time Wimbledon champion John Newcombe. It branched out into tennis clothing and provided gear for greats such as Boris Becker and Martina Navratilova in the 1990s. Tennis remains a key market for the brand and the likes of David Ferrer and Agnieszka Radwaska wear Lotto clothing on court. The company expanded its product range to include basketball, volleyball, athletics and general keep-fit clothing and footwear in the eighties. It also developed a major presence in the world of football, making kits for the Dutch national team and a host of big clubs, and sponsoring Ruud Gullit, Romario, Cafu and Demetrio Albertini. The modern range of Lotto clothing includes hi-tech fabrics developed specifically for use in sportswear and a selection of stylish leisurewear that will allow you to look as good off the field as on it.
The company has long sponsored both male and female competitors, and there are now Lotto clothing ranges for men and women. The men's collection features a selection of practical items for playing sport, such as tennis shirts, football jerseys, goalkeeping gloves and running shorts. You can also find some high-quality Lotto clothing perfect for when you want to relax, including polo shirts, tracksuits, caps and casual shorts. The women's collection is focused on activity, with a range of dresses, skirts and T-shirts designed for the tennis court, together with tracksuits, T-shirts, tights, shorts and three quarter length trousers for the gym or running. Browse the selection of Lotto clothing available at the Zalando online boutique and you will find items that help you to look good while exercising.
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