160 kilometres, the distance between the French knitwear capital and Paris. It’s not surprising then, that this is where René Lacoste established a manufacturing base to make the first polos.
500 people, the number of employees in the Troyes factories. There are various jobs to do, from pattern makers to garment-makers and knitting or dyeing machine operators. Coordinated effort from all of these experts results in your Lacoste polo.
40 minutes, the average length of time required by a garment-maker to assemble your polo like a puzzle.