Inspired by the suit Jackie Robinson wore when he started for the Brooklyn Dodgers on April 15, 1947, this suit inspires toughness in the modern man.
It took toughness for Jackie to endure racist name-calling and death threats. Instead of responding with fists, he countered with love and a 1947 Rookie of the Year award.
Jackie used toughness to end segregation in Major League Baseball and to positively change the culture of a nation. This suit is for the tough man in all of us.
Each suit purchase provides freedom and safety for survivors while also helping the L.A.P.D. arrest traffickers in Los Angeles through our partnerships with the Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking (CAST) and the Los Angeles Police Foundation.
Made in Seoul
Super 180s, Superfine Australian Merino Wool, Designed in England, woven in Seoul
Two flap pockets, One Chest pocket, Two center front Buttons, Four Kissing Functional Sleeve Buttons, Hand sewn Label detail, Hand sewn Armhole, Underarm Patch, Lining Piping Detail
Two back Welt Pocket with button detail, No front pleats, Cuffed Hem
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Deliivered in 4-6 weeks.
Custom-made based on your measurement profile
10 quick minutes. 10 easy measurements.