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Kappa was founded as a sock firm in Italy, in 1916, but didn’t become what it is today until 1967. Born from a legacy of quality and innovation, the Italian sportswear label emerged as a leader in athletic apparel throughout the latter half of the century, outfitting the likes of British footballers and the 1984 US Olympic team. The label’s “Omini” logo pictures the silhouette of a man and woman leaning against each another. It represents the equality of men and women and their mutual support. A recognised symbol of quality and style. The Italian brand offering of athletic casualwear includes men’s track jackets and pants, t-shirts, and shorts, decorated in the label’s signature logo tape.