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Thérèse Chasuble

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ALKÉ’s chasubles are at the perfect border between sport and fashion, that you can wear easily in and outside the field.
Designed with a lightweight but not transparent material, you can wear it alone or on a shirt.
Thérèse print (such as Jeanne) is a reference to our totem, the hummingbird, which reveals its delicate plumage. A color block effect for a boost of energy on the field.


90% Polyester
10% Elastane

Choose your usual size. If you are between two sizes choose the larger one.
Length for a size M : front 64 cm / back : 71 cm

Who was Thérèse Brûlé ?

Thérèse Berthe Andrée Brulé, born December 19, 1897, is a great French athlete, specialized in high jump.

Typist of her profession, Thérèse is with her sister Jeanne and sisters Liébrard one of the founders on July 27, 1912 of Femina Sport.

The Club Femina Sport, French omnisport club is one of the first clubs to offer the practice of women's football.

The Femina Sport Club, a French multi-sport club founded in 1912, is one of the first clubs to propose the practice of women's #football.

At the time, women who played football were mostly young, single women, from modest backgrounds and mostly professionally active. The membership fees were low, allowing accessibility to a larger number, unlike men's football where the bourgeoisie was more important.

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