Slazenger

Slazenger ( /ˈslæzɪndʒə/) is a British sports equipment brand name sold throughout the world, involving a variety of sporting categories. Established in 1881, it can trace its roots to 1810, and is today one of the oldest surviving sporting brand names.

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