BASEBALL JACKET FOUR ACES (black/beige)
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Optimum wearing comfort and a breathtaking look are guaranteed with this grandiosely embroidered baseball jacket!
Great college jacket with elaborate embroidery and imitation leather seleeves
Delivery time: 5 days
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- Everyone knows that during the weekly poker nights of the "Four Aces" a lot of money is thrown over the table - mostly in favor of the house. There are many challengers - because every winner leaves the site with a free repair of his rod. The tinkering of the boys is known and revered across national borders, because there is not a single problem that cannot be solved. The road to the perfect vehicle may be rocky: it's worth it for the club membership that comes with it, including the ceremonial handover of the club jacket.
- The absolute eye-catcher of this jacket is the large embroidery motif on the back and the matching small embroidery on the front. But only the casual cut, the classic color combination and the heavy wool make them a genius of the combination. The high-quality blended wool fabric in black goes perfectly with the faux leather sleeves in beige. Two piped pockets on the outside and two welt pockets on the inside offer enough storage space. The striped ribbed fabric in black/beige fits perfectly and is very stable, preventing it from becoming too loose. The jacket has a lightly padded, black quilted lining and is closed with beige snaps. A cool jacket that looks fantastic with chinos or jeans and is sure to go with your next ride!
- Material: 70% Wool, 30% Polyester; Sleeves: 100% polyester
- Textured faux leather sleeves, Embroideries on the front and back; Our cool model is 172 cm tall and wears this jacket in size M
- Delivery time: 5 days
- Background information on the jacket: The classic college or baseball jackets are also called letterman jackets or varsity jackets. This designation is based on the tradition for high school or college students to wear the initials of their school or team on their jackets. At some colleges, it was customary for students to earn their letters through dares or special achievements
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