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Powered by Falstaff 60's 70's Vintage Champion Windbreaker Jacket Beer Truck Driver
Powered by Falstaff 60's 70's Vintage Champion Windbreaker Jacket Beer Truck Driver
Powered by Falstaff 60's 70's Vintage Champion Windbreaker Jacket Beer Truck Driver
Powered by Falstaff 60's 70's Vintage Champion Windbreaker Jacket Beer Truck Driver
Powered by Falstaff 60's 70's Vintage Champion Windbreaker Jacket Beer Truck Driver
Powered by Falstaff 60's 70's Vintage Champion Windbreaker Jacket Beer Truck Driver
Powered by Falstaff 60's 70's Vintage Champion Windbreaker Jacket Beer Truck Driver
Powered by Falstaff 60's 70's Vintage Champion Windbreaker Jacket Beer Truck Driver
Powered by Falstaff 60's 70's Vintage Champion Windbreaker Jacket Beer Truck Driver

The Fuzzy Felt

Powered by Falstaff 60's 70's Vintage Champion Windbreaker Jacket Beer Truck Driver

Regular price $100.00
Authentic and very rare Champion windbreaker. This one is either a 60's or 70's classic beer truck driver jacket.  Very cool mustard yellow color. You won't find another one like this. There are a few spots, as the jacket is showing signs of use. Our photos show some, but there is nothing major. But hey. back in the 70's driving beer truck was hectic. Things got a little crazy. You load up some beer, pop in the Seals and Croft 8 track, and just pray to god you didn't run into any Hell's Angels on the road. Please check our size chart to confirm that this item will fit you perfectly.

Actual Measurements:

A. Shoulders - n/a
B. Pit to Pit - 26.5"
C. Length - 29"
D. Sleeve - 33" from cuff to collar
Size On Tag: XL
Fits More Like: Men's XL

How To Get Your Perfect Measurement

 

Here's the way to get your perfect measurement. Take a piece of YOUR OWN clothing to measure. Now get a cloth tape measure. If you don't have one, use a piece of string and a ruler/yard stick or carpenter's tape measure. For example if you're buying a t-shirt, get one from your closet that fits you the way you want it to. You want tight...get a tight shirt. You want loose...get a loose shirt...and so on. Measure this shirt and use the measurements as your template for the size you want. We use Flat Measurements. These are exactly that...measurements of the garment (zipped or buttoned up) laid flat on a table or hard surface.