Baseball Jacket

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  • Baseball jacket in heavy melton wool produced in the UK. Baseball jacket in reference to it's American origins can be traced back to 1865 when the Harvard University baseball team first introduced it.
    Also known as the Letterman, a term which came from the practice of awarding a cloth letter which was usually the school's initial or initials or representing some type of achievement, these letters were historically applied to "Letter Sweaters" but later progressed onto Letterman jackets.
    These jackets were traditionally worn by by high school students in the US. Features heavy gauge knitted wool waistband, cuffs and collar. Snap stud front fastening, available in Antique brass, Black, Gold brass and Nickel. Inside patch pocket.

    NOTE: We request your measurements for all our jackets so we can select the best size for you from our standard size range. Sleeve and Body length can be adjusted if required.

    Due to the nature of the natural raw materials we use and the traditional method of manufacture we employ it is not always possible to meet exact measurement requirements. The products we build are not designed to be tailored like a suit, they will after a "break in" period soften and mold to the shape of your own body, our jackets are built to be worn. We do not use a production line system or have racks of jackets ready to ship, each and every jacket is made to order, individually handcrafted here in Scotland by one of our specialists.

    1. Place the tape under your armpits and across chest
    2. Place the tape around your navel area
    3. Measure straight across from left to right
    4. Place tape at the centre of the neck (neck bone) and measure down for your desired length
    5. Keep your arm relaxed by your side and measure from the point of shoulder down the outside of the arm to just above the knuckles.