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70s Brown Corduroy Varsity Jacket Letterman Cheer Hockey Quilted Lining Small Medium 38R 40R Lucky 7

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You are looking at a great vintage varsity jacket that probably hails from the 70s. The jacket is a dark dark brown velvety corduroy, with black knit cuffs and waistband that feature red and white striping. Pockets are trimmed in red, as is the underside of the collar. It also features red snaps down the front. The front patch is a big red M over a cheering megaphone, so this is clearly a varsity cheer jacket. The back says "Marblehead Hockey". Marblehead is in Massachusetts, and some research shows they clearly still have an active hockey program. The name on the arm of the jacket reads Sheila. The jacket's exterior is made up from 85% cotton and 15% poly. The quilted lining is made up from 65% poly and 35% nylon. Jacket was made by Renner of Vineland, NJ. Jacket is in excellent vintage condition and fits like a man's small to medium, or a 38R to 40R. Please see actual measurements below.

Actual measurements lying face down:

Shoulders: 19.5"
Chest, pit to pit: 23"
Waist: 14.5"
Length, bottom collar to bottom of jacket: 26.5"
Sleeve, pit to cuff: 25"

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70s Brown Corduroy Varsity Jacket Letterman Cheer Hockey Quilted Lining Small Medium 38R 40R Lucky 7

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: cotton, polyester, nylon
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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