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About

ellesse is a sportswear company founded in Italy in 1959, producing apparel, footwear and accessories. It has been owned by British Pentland Group since 1987.

The founder of the brand, Leonardo Servadio was an avid skiing fan, but he couldn’t find the right skiwear so he decided to make his own. Originally an Italian taylor, Leonardo’s mission was to break the boundaries between fashion and sport.

The brand began by manufacturing the skiwear that Leonardo had envisioned. Pioneering the innovative ‘Jet Pant’, Ellesse created a new ski trouser concept where the leg fit above the ski boot. Following this they created the quilted jacket, which became the new staple for the skiing crowd. Ellesse had such a reputation for quality winter sports gear that it was easy to move into tennis apparel and gain a following.

The famous ‘half-ball’ Ellesse logo combines a cross section of a tennis ball with the tips of a pair of skis, symbolising the brand’s heritage in both of these sports. Ellesse began placing their logo on the outside of clothes, and are historically reported to have been one of the first brands to do this. It was immediately copied by other brands around the world.

Over the years Ellesse have worked with countless events and athletes, further cementing their legacy in the sportswear world. They sponsored the New York Marathon in the 1980s, several tennis players like Boris Becker, Chris Evert and Guillermo Vilas. In 1998 Jean-Luc Cretier won a Gold medal whilst skiing in Ellesse gear; the image graced the cover of Time Magazine and was a historical moment for the brand.

ellesse is now a global sportswear brand with distribution in more than 100 countries around the world and sponsors British number 1 Johanna Konta.

Terms & Conditions

  • Please refer to Support4Free’s terms and conditions.
  • Donations are paid to your chosen good cause only when Support4Free has received payment from ellesse
  • Donation amounts may vary based on the products and services purchased.

Raise up to 3% of your total spend to your selected good cause for FREE, when making a purchase on ellesse!

ellesse

Help raise money to your good cause!

Support a good cause for free. It could not be easier!

Follow the instructions below, and create an account today to start supporting a cause or charity of your choice.

Get started

Register for free. Choose a good cause or create your own. Group together with your friends, colleagues and family and boost donations!

Start shopping

Search our site for your favourite stores, see how much you can save on your household bills and insurance. Book trips, travel or even your next holiday. You get the same great offers and deals as you do when going direct to them.

Support4Free

Any purchases you and your group make are tracked and the money raised will be automatically donated to your chosen cause - all for free!

About

ellesse is a sportswear company founded in Italy in 1959, producing apparel, footwear and accessories. It has been owned by British Pentland Group since 1987.

The founder of the brand, Leonardo Servadio was an avid skiing fan, but he couldn’t find the right skiwear so he decided to make his own. Originally an Italian taylor, Leonardo’s mission was to break the boundaries between fashion and sport.

The brand began by manufacturing the skiwear that Leonardo had envisioned. Pioneering the innovative ‘Jet Pant’, Ellesse created a new ski trouser concept where the leg fit above the ski boot. Following this they created the quilted jacket, which became the new staple for the skiing crowd. Ellesse had such a reputation for quality winter sports gear that it was easy to move into tennis apparel and gain a following.

The famous ‘half-ball’ Ellesse logo combines a cross section of a tennis ball with the tips of a pair of skis, symbolising the brand’s heritage in both of these sports. Ellesse began placing their logo on the outside of clothes, and are historically reported to have been one of the first brands to do this. It was immediately copied by other brands around the world.

Over the years Ellesse have worked with countless events and athletes, further cementing their legacy in the sportswear world. They sponsored the New York Marathon in the 1980s, several tennis players like Boris Becker, Chris Evert and Guillermo Vilas. In 1998 Jean-Luc Cretier won a Gold medal whilst skiing in Ellesse gear; the image graced the cover of Time Magazine and was a historical moment for the brand.

ellesse is now a global sportswear brand with distribution in more than 100 countries around the world and sponsors British number 1 Johanna Konta.

Terms & Conditions

  • Please refer to Support4Free’s terms and conditions.
  • Donations are paid to your chosen good cause only when Support4Free has received payment from this brand.
  • Donation amounts may vary based on the products and services purchased.

of your total spend to your selected good cause for FREE.