KustomZilla Lightweight America Vintage Track Jacket

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FEATURES

  • 9.75 oz. All colors are a poly/cotton blend
  • Contrast color side panels and sleeve stripes
  • Stretchy ribbed waist, cuffs and collar
  • Custom raw-seam edges for a worn in look

Product Information

The sporty look of this J. America Vintage Track Jacket can bring your group or team together. LIke its collar, its two-tone retro style will pop at your next event.

Inspired by the ’80s street casual scene, these J. America Vintage Track Jackets are made with a thick 9.8 ounce blend of polyester and cotton, heavy on the polyester. That means they’re excellent at wicking moisture away; repelling odors, stains, and wrinkles; and drying quickly so your crew will look fresh even after a long day.

Available in a handful of colors, these jackets have raglan sleeves for a full range of arm movement. The contrast color panels and stripes make these jackets look extra athletic. Raw seam edges take these throwback looks into hip and fashionable territory.

They’re the perfect weight for a fall or spring event, whether that’s a visit to the pumpkin patch or picnic in the park. Upload your school mascot or league team logo to customize these for your cool weather sports players, such as the football, baseball, softball, tennis, and cross country teams. And, of course, all their coaches who are that much colder on the sidelines because they’re not running laps.

If your bachelor party is about to hit the town, look like you’re rollin’ with your crew when you customize these matching track jackets with a fun design.

These are good coats for doing heavy tasks during which you’d normally get sweaty in the winter, such as shoveling snow. These will keep wicking away the moisture and drying as you work.

Get these for your dance studio and all the moms and dads since they’ll be helping prep for competition. The girls can use the extra layer for warmups, and the parents will find the jackets useful when heading back out to the bus to get that “one last thing” the girls forgot.