The Varsity Letter's origins can be traced back to the late 19th century, when Harvard athletes who contested important games against rivals like Princeton and Yale were allowed to keep their 'H' emblazoned jerseys as a kind of commemorative award.
Today, the Varsity Letter is still awarded as a symbol of tangible accomplishment, and there are certain standards that must be met to get one. Of course, if you're not in high school or college, it can be a bit difficult to meet those athletic participation based standards.
Human Made's Varsity Jacket lovingly recreates this timeless look, and dispenses with the need for a b-grade comedy movie plot where you have to pose as a student to play in enough games to get your jacket.
If a size is not listed, it is sold out.
Model is 5'10". 155 pounds and wears a size Medium.
- Striped baseball collar
- Snap front.
- Striped banded cuffs and hem.
- Cow leather sleeves.
- Side slip pockets.
- Hem hits at hips.
- Polyester lining and padding.
- Acrylic/wool rib-knit.
- Made in Japan.