Retro Leather Varsity Jacket

$400.00

Description

Embroidered front with leather patch. Full embroidered back.

Genuine cowhide leather sleeves and pocket welts. 24 oz Melton Wool Thick Laser Quilted Lining with Dacron Fibers Filler. Full-snap Front Closure. 1x1 Knit Rib on Collar, Cuff and Waistband

Care Instructions

Do not wash wool & leather Do not bleach, Do no iron Do not store above 100°F Hang properly

Wool

Brush your jacket gently with a suede soft brush. After wearing your jacket, you can clean your jacket using a lint brush before hanging it in a closet. This will remove any surface soil or lint present on the jacket. Always use a plastic or a wooden sturdy and broad hanger to hang your jacket so the weight of the jacket does not stretch the shoulder areas out of shape. Hang your jacket in a well ventilated area to keep the jacket dry and avoiding any moisture on the leather and wool. If storing the jacket for long, we recommend to wrap the body and leather separately for maintaining the jacket shape. Don't leave the wool wet, dry the melton wool immediately to avoid any color bleeding or permanent loss to your jacket. If blot spills on wool immediately sop up the moisture using heavy paper towels or absorbent cloths and do not rub the spill. Rubbing will spread the liquid and push it deeper into the wool. If the substance spilled contains natural or chemical pigments (wine, ink, chocolate or coffee), consult a professional dry-cleaning company for what to do after blotting the liquid. For normal use, we will suggest to dry cleaned your jackets once or twice yearly. It is preferred to dry cleaned your jackets at the beginning and end of the season. If wool jackets become exceptionally dirty for some reason, you may need to have them professionally cleaned more often. If you can avoid ironing a wool jacket, do so. If you've brought the jacket out of storage and let it hang for a while yet it still has wrinkles, iron on a cool setting. Place the jacket on your ironing board or a flat, clean surface, such as a table. Place a sheet or pillowcase over the wool jacket to protect it from the iron's surface. Use steam for best results.

Cowhide Leather

Don't leave the leather wet, dry the leather immediately to avoid any color bleeding or permanent loss to your jacket. We do not process the leather with heavy chemicals and keep the leather natural and soft that's why its more sensitive any may pick other strong colors. Clean Cowhide leather using a soft, dampened sponge or cloth. Rub the leather gently in a circle until it disappears. Use leather lotions on the sleeves and trims using the same small circles method and then dry the leather gently with a soft cloth. Don't try to iron the leather jacket directly.