Letter Jackets and Patches
A letterman jacket will be loved generation after generation. Give your students a quality keep sake that future generations will admire.
It is interesting to note that for 25 years following the introduction in 1865 of the letter at Harvard, it was the practice for the team captain to allow certain players who played in the most important games (Yale or Princeton) to keep the 'H' jerseys as an award. If a player did not play in an important game, the player had to return the jersey at the end of the season.
Awarding the 'H' jersey may have been the birth of the varsity letter as an award. The letterman sweater was first regularly used by the 1891 "Nine" (baseball) and was black with a small Crimson 'H' on the left breast.
Varsity letterman jackets gained popularity in the early part of the 20th century, and they had transformed to wool jackets with leather sleeves by 1930.
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Please browse the following letter jacket styles.
After you have chosen a style, you can reference the style when speaking with a representative.
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