Sonneti men's logo branded T-shirt ( sizes small through to 2XL) was £12.99 now £5.99 @ get the label.com + free delivery w/code
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Sonneti men's logo branded T-shirt ( sizes small through to 2XL) was £12.99 now £5.99 @ get the label.com + free delivery w/code

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Found 27th Jan
Sonneti men's crew neck ,short sleeve T-shirt available at time of posting in ALL sizes S, M, L, XL, 2XL. Add FDPD at basket for free delivery 💋
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psmith19581 h, 35 m ago

Think i'll go out buy some cheap T-shirts, print my girlfriends surname on …Think i'll go out buy some cheap T-shirts, print my girlfriends surname on them (Darrante) then sell them as designer Italian cloths, may even knock up a few thousand bottles of parfume too lol


Have you never heard of Sonetti? Its been around for years, was really popular back around 1990's when Helly Hansen did the reversible puffer jackets.
Pretty sure this isn't the Sonneti brand we probably all remember from years back when they were part of the same group as Firetrap, Full Circle and a few others.

The company that owned them all was sold to Sports Direct in 2009 ish . I'm guessing they've now decided to use it just like all the other once great brands they also own (Dunlop, Slazenger, Lonsdale, Firetrap, Karrimor etc) to churn out what is effectively their own brand clothes and footwear which, imho, is no where near the quality once associated with those brand names.
Edited by: "Begize" 28th Jan
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Think i'll go out buy some cheap T-shirts, print my girlfriends surname on them (Darrante) then sell them as designer Italian cloths, may even knock up a few thousand bottles of parfume too lol
psmith19581 h, 35 m ago

Think i'll go out buy some cheap T-shirts, print my girlfriends surname on …Think i'll go out buy some cheap T-shirts, print my girlfriends surname on them (Darrante) then sell them as designer Italian cloths, may even knock up a few thousand bottles of parfume too lol


Have you never heard of Sonetti? Its been around for years, was really popular back around 1990's when Helly Hansen did the reversible puffer jackets.
No idea what they’re like these days but used to be pretty good quality back then too.
God - I haven't heard of Sonetti for ages! That brings back memories... Cheers OP - heat for that alone.
Pretty sure this isn't the Sonneti brand we probably all remember from years back when they were part of the same group as Firetrap, Full Circle and a few others.

The company that owned them all was sold to Sports Direct in 2009 ish . I'm guessing they've now decided to use it just like all the other once great brands they also own (Dunlop, Slazenger, Lonsdale, Firetrap, Karrimor etc) to churn out what is effectively their own brand clothes and footwear which, imho, is no where near the quality once associated with those brand names.
Edited by: "Begize" 28th Jan
Owned by JD Sports since 2010 and priced at their lower end price range similar to their McKenzie clothing range. Not the Sonetti of old.
Toon_army28th Jan

Have you never heard of Sonetti? Its been around for years, was really …Have you never heard of Sonetti? Its been around for years, was really popular back around 1990's when Helly Hansen did the reversible puffer jackets.


I had a black puffer with the sonetti logo in that reflective material lol aahh 90’s fashion lol
Begize28th Jan

Pretty sure this isn't the Sonneti brand we probably all remember from …Pretty sure this isn't the Sonneti brand we probably all remember from years back when they were part of the same group as Firetrap, Full Circle and a few others.The company that owned them all was sold to Sports Direct in 2009 ish . I'm guessing they've now decided to use it just like all the other once great brands they also own (Dunlop, Slazenger, Lonsdale, Firetrap, Karrimor etc) to churn out what is effectively their own brand clothes and footwear which, imho, is no where near the quality once associated with those brand names.


So do you have confidence in these garments or not?
Begize28th Jan

Pretty sure this isn't the Sonneti brand we probably all remember from …Pretty sure this isn't the Sonneti brand we probably all remember from years back when they were part of the same group as Firetrap, Full Circle and a few others.The company that owned them all was sold to Sports Direct in 2009 ish . I'm guessing they've now decided to use it just like all the other once great brands they also own (Dunlop, Slazenger, Lonsdale, Firetrap, Karrimor etc) to churn out what is effectively their own brand clothes and footwear which, imho, is no where near the quality once associated with those brand names.



Yes I used to like some of the Firetap stuff going back years ago when it was well made and Sonnetti made great stuff before that,it's a shame it's all gone sh*t now Sports Direct has purchased the names
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