1958 The name "Fairtex" was registered as a trademark in Thailand.
1971 Philip Wong, Chairman and Founder of Fairtex, established Fairtex Garments Factory Company Limited, the parent company of the Fairtex Group.
1975 Mr. Wong created Fairtex Muay Thai Camp Thailand, as a hobby to fulfill his love and passion for Muay Thai. It was a way for Mr. Wong to give back to the community by giving poor children and young men a second chance at life through Muay Thai, thus keeping them off the streets and away from drugs.
1978 Mr. Wong became a Lumpinee Boxing Stadium promoter and Fairtex Promotions was established. Mr. Wong was one of the first to help promote a foreign fighters such as Don "The Dragon" Wilson to fight in Lumpinee Boxing Stadium. He was also the first to invite ESPN2 to cover the Fairtex sponsored World Muay Thai Council (WMC) world championship title fights at Lumpinee Boxing Stadium with such fighters as Ramon Decker, Ivan Hippolyte and Jongsanan "The Wooden Man" Fairtex.
1980's Fairtex Muay Thai would be one of the first Thai camps to train foreigners from Europe Japan, USA, and also the first to train females athletes which was viewed as a taboo by Thais at the time.
1993 With his dream of bringing Muay Thai to the USA, and wanting to dispel the negative Hollywood images of Muay Thai and the people who practice it, Mr. Wong established Fairtex Muay Thai Camp in Chandler, Arizona, USA. This multi-million dollar Muay Thai camp facility was equipped with fold-up bleachers to seat over 500 people, a full sized ring, over 24 heavy bags, 24 dormitory style rooms, shower rooms, sauna and plenty of parking space… Nothing else like it existed.
1994 Mr. Wong began to manufacture equipment for his boxers at his Fairtex Garments Factory in Bangkok. He then started to supply his equipment to professional martial arts instructors and students throughout North American. As word got out about the superior Fairtex quality, the demand for Fairtex equipment quickly increased.
1996 Fairtex Muay Thai Camp, Chandler, Arizona was relocated to San Francisco and Fairtex Muay Thai Camp, San Francisco, California was born.
1998 Fairtex Gear, Inc. was established to sell and distribute the Fairtex equipment throughout North America.
1998-1999 Demand for the Fairtex quality equipment outstripped manufacturing capacity.
2004 Fairtex goes to Japan and formed Weerasack Fairtex Muay Thai starting off with four gym locations throughout Tokyo metropolitan areas.2005 Fairtex Muay Thai Fitness, Sports Club and Hotel complex broke ground in Pattaya, Thailand. The facility is a 3.5 acre lot centrally located in Pattaya within a walking distance to the beach. It is approximately 90 km Southeast from Central Bangkok. It is the Premier Muay Thai training center in the world and has been awarded the title of "The Best Muay Thai Gym in Asia" by Travel Magazine. It is a state of the art facility with four boxing rings, fully equipped fitness center, Olympic size swimming pool, basketball courts, two pro-tennis courts, two squash/racquet courts, five Olympic badminton and soccer gymnasiums, rock climbing wall, weights and aerobic gym, health spa, club house, day care, dormitories, restaurants, and many other five star amenities. 2006 Fairtex, LLC establishes its headquarters in San Francisco, California, USA to serve as a new design center for Fairtex branded apparel.
Fairtex Muay Thai Fitness expands its second USA location at the heart of Silicon Valley in Mountain View, California.
Today Fairtex is recognized as the gear of champions and endorsed by world champion fighters, instructors, promoters and sanctioning bodies worldwide as the leader and innovator in high impact combat sports. Fairtex equipment is "Engineered for Top Performance".