A letterman varsity jacket is a baseball-styled jacket traditionally worn by high school and college students in the United States to represent school and team pride as well as to display personal awards earned in athletics, academics or activities. The jacket is typically made of wool with contrasting leather sleeves and features a letterman appliqué to the front, back, or sleeve, two front slip pockets, and striped elasticated cuffs, hem, and stand-up collar. The jacket may also be customized with the wearer’s name, school initials, and/or athletic achievements.
Letterman varsity jackets have been popular since the early 1900s, and they continue to be a popular choice for students today. They are a classic symbol of school spirit and achievement, and they can be worn for both formal and informal occasions.
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