Turn your inside out and show the world your wild side. This great leopard patterned jacket leaves no doubt that the person wearing can be looked at but definitely not touched. There is no good sheep hiding under the leopard jacket, but an untameable bad girl! Men, be careful and never turn your back on this wild cat.
Rockabella College Jacket with cool leopard look.
Soft leo faux fur combined with black sweatwear make this ladies baseball jacket a winner at the first sight. The leopard pattern fabric is lined and lightly padded for comfort. Its sleeves are made of cosy sweatshirt fabric, which is softly roughened on the inside. Striped ribbed cuffs at the neckline and hems are very thick and stable, which prevent excessive wear and tear. A large black chenille patch on the left front part has a contrasting embroidery in beige. The Rumble59 Sportswear label on the neck and hem completes the look perfectly. Thanks to the light padding and the roughened inside, this ladies jacket is very comfortable to wear and offers a good feeling even on mild summer evenings. Are you ready to show the world the real you?
The details of the Ladies Leo College Jacket at a glance:
- Material: synthetic fiber blend
- Composition: 100% polyester (body & lining), sleeves (65% cotton 35% polyester)
- Color: black, brown, beige
- Pattern: Leo
- Body from soft faux fur with leo pattern, sleeves from sweatshirt fabric
- Large chenille patch
- Info: For the perfect fit please check our size chart!
Our beautiful model Lola Diamond is 158 cm tall and wears this College Jacket in size S.
Rumble59 offers comfortable fashion with great details for pin-ups und rockabellas. The big hunting is opened: Get your new favorite jacket with perfect comfort and a stunning look!
Background information baseball/ college jackets:
The classic baseball or college jackets are also called Letterman Jacket or Varsity Jacket. This name is based on the tradition that high school or college students wore the first letter of their school or team on the jacket. At some colleges it was common practice that students had to earn their letter by tests of courage or by special achievements.