Le Coq Sportif boasts combining the best of its more than 130 years of tradition with modern-day creativity. Its clothes and shoes have a simple and modern style and its quality is indisputable. High performance is the goal of all it produces.
Le Coq Sportif is a brand with an extensive history, founded more than 130 years ago by Emile Camuset in 1882. His passion for sports lead him to develop knitwear for his athletic friends. Thus began the story of this French brand that became an official supplier in the Tour de France of 1951 and has the distinction of being the brand that invented the tracksuit. Subsequently, Le Coq Sportif dressed numerous sports teams and famous athletes at epic moments in its history.
If you like streetwear with history, what better brand to wear than the one that invented the tracksuit? At The Good Will Out’s Le Coq Sportif store, in addition to the clothing collection, we have iconic models of sneakers such as the classic-style Le Coq Sportif Blazon or the Le Coq Sportif Omega, in various colors.
Le Coq Sportif clothing collections are characterized by mainly using the colors of the French flag - white, red and blue - and for accentuating clean and simple designs with the brand name and the logo of its iconic rooster. With these features, combining Le Coq Sportif clothing is something so simple that achieves a casual yet elegant result. Its shorts are the perfect complement to shirts with the imposing rooster. Complete your look with a white sweatshirt and the Le Coq Sportif Blazon sneaker.
From its birth to today, the history of Le Coq Sportif has been linked to sports and its successes have gone hand in hand with epic moments in some of the sports it dressed. Emile Camuset began customizing some of his clothes to adapt them for his sporting friends, destined to diverse specialties such as cycling, tennis, rugby and basketball. His fame was growing and the company soon specialized in sportswear. The brand’s first notable success was achieved by becoming an official supplier of the Tour de France cycling jerseys in 1951. Another standout moment for the Le Coq Sportif jerseys was when the French team wore them in the 1958 World Cup. Only two years later, Le Coq Sportif would provide a complete kit for French athletes during the Olympic Games: t-shirts, shorts, sweatshirts and sweatpants that sported the iconic rooster, worn during the feats of the French team. Later, in 1975, the brand completely dressed Arthur Ashe, the first black player to dominate in the legendary tennis championship in Wimbledon. Other sports such as rugby and football, athletes such as Yannick Noah and Maradona wore le Coq Sportif during sporting competitions. Many achievements of this brand that have been reflected in the sports arenas of history.