Saturday, November 2, 2013


I've picked up some really amazing articles of early twentieth century vintage and reproduction clothing this year alone, but my favorite piece has to be my newly acquired 1940's and 1950's inspired "Smith Fabrication" racing jersey.

I own quite a few midcentury-style racing jersey's and the fit of this one is so spot on with what one would expect an original to feel like.

These aren't the paper thin jerseys you'd expect to find at the mall. These are made of fine gauge 100% cotton knit with a thickness associated with quality.  Additional appealing qualities include the amazing price and the fact that they're made in the good ol' US of A by a knitwear company founded in 1921.  Click on the above photo for a link to the jersey shop and more info on 'em can be found here.

Thanks Jill!!  The "Smith Special" headstock T is also a sweet piece for those with GAS (guitar acquisition syndrome)!

The small size fits me like something we've all seen in old dirt track racing or hill climb photos

Want to show off the pride you have for your hometown?  Head on over to Hometown Jersey for a completely custom jersey with the geo-location of your choice.

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