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Opening Ceremony Varsity Jackets OC Varsity Jacket

style: ST89796

$395

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Now available for customization! Personalize your jacket with a series of custom-made embroidery prints exclusively at OC.

Our classic varsity jacket made its debut back in 2012 to commemorate our ten year anniversary. Akin with our love for all things American heritage, this signature style is redone in all black and comes with a cozy wool body, leather sleeves, and features embroidered logo patches throughout.

  • Front snap button closures
  • Two-tone ribbed collar, cuffs, and hem
  • Leather-trimmed slanted front pockets
  • Interior pocket
  • 65% wool, 35% viscose; lining 100% polyester; trim: 100% cow leather
  • Imported

DESIGNER

Since 2002, Opening Ceremony has pioneered youthful, innovative, and wholly original fashion for both men and women. Torch is the newest member of our extended family. Referencing the most coveted pieces from our wider collection, Torch gives an OC twist to street and sportswear. By refining and expanding the fundamentals of OC's DNA, Torch carries our flame into the future.

SIZE & FIT

  • Unisex sizing
  • Fits true to size

    Male model
  • Oumar is wearing a size medium
  • Oumar is 6ft1.5in/186.7cm
  • Waist: 28in/71.1cm
  • Chest: 36in/91.4cm

    Female model
  • Mia is wearing a size small
  • Mia is 5ft9.5in/176.5cm
  • Waist: 23in/58.5cm
  • Bust: 31in/79cm

    PRODUCT MEASUREMENTS

    SIZE MEDIUM
  • Length:26.5in/67.3cm
  • Shoulder: 19in/48.3cm
  • Sleeve: 26in/66cm
  • Bust: 46in/116.8cm

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MEET THE NEWEST MEMBER OF THE OC FAMILY

“Sportswear shouldn't be ephemeral. It should be like the Olympics, a tradition that never stops being reinvented.”