Baseball Jacket Portland - Herringbone brown/black
Do you already own man casual baseball jackets and want something more elegant? Doesn't exist? There it is! This jacket combines a casual cut with noble fabrics. Its casual retro look will even get a real gentleman off his typical three-piece suit. Grab it before Al Capone and his gang do! ...The complete description you can find below in DETAILS
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Product no.: RUM223
Do you already own man casual baseball jackets and want something more elegant? Doesn't exist? There it is! This jacket combines a casual cut with noble fabrics. Its casual retro look will even get a real gentleman off his typical three-piece suit. Grab it before Al Capone and his gang do!
Exquisite woollen college jacket with herringbone pattern.
A casual cut, muted colors and woollen fabric in authentic herringbone make this jacket a special eye-catcher. Its high quality wool-mix fabric in brown-black is certainly more than just worthy of a gentleman. Made of black wool fabric, the sleeves are perfectly matching the herringbone pattern. On the neckline and cuffs, the brown/black striped rib fabric looks great and is very sturdy, preventing it from wear out. It has a light quilted lining in brown and is closed with black snap fasteners. A cool jacket that looks equally good paired with chinos or
Details of the Portland baseball jacket at a glance:
- Material: Wool blend
- Exact material: 57,5% wool, 42,5% polyester
- Color: brown, black
- Pattern: herringbone
- Sleeves in plain wool
Our cool model is 172 cm tall and wears this jacket in size M.
Rumble59 offers great and comfortable fashion for all rockabillies and greasers. Excellent wearing comfort and a breathtaking look is guaranteed with this great baseball jacket made of finest twisted yarn!
About College Jackets:
Originally, these jackets were called letterman jackets or varsity jackets. This expression found its beginning in the tradition of high school or college students wearing the initial letters of their school or team on the jackets. At some colleges, students had to earn the letters for the jackets on a dare or other special achievements.