Haymaker

Haymaker was a sportswear label that was a division of the David Crystal company. The chairman of the board at David Crystal was Vin Draddy, who was himself an avid golfer and sportsman.

The Haymaker label is most often found on the company’s famous polo shirts and dresses, and the item is often decorated with a crocodile on the chest. This is because of the company’s association with Lacoste, the French maker of the crocodile shirt.

See also: David Crystal

Written by Lizzie Bramlett, fuzzylizzie.com


from a late 1940s golf dress - Courtesy of denisebrain
from a late 1940s golf dress
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from a 1950s shirt - Courtesy of listitcafe
from a 1950s shirt
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from a 1960s sweater - Courtesy of vintagetreasuresgalore
from a 1960s sweater
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