Freewheelers "Harper Hot Irons" Speed Bug Jacket



1940-1950s Style Car Club Jacket
Color : Yarn-dyed Black × Yarn-dyed Cream

Introducing the Speed Bug Jacket from Freewheelers' "POWER WEAR" collection! This jacket is inspired by some car club jackets of the 1940s and 1950s and is perfect for all you speed enthusiasts out there.

Made from a heavy melton fabric, this jacket is not only durable but also has a great texture. The fabric is yarn-dyed and uses thick thread, giving it a unique and eye-catching look. Plus, it's reversible! The reverse side is made of 100% rayon satin fabric, adding an extra touch of style.

The ribbed cuffs and waistband are made of thick wool material, and the front features a patterned design while the back is plain. The raglan sleeves, front zipper, and waist pockets make this jacket both fashionable and practical.

Car club jackets were like uniforms for each team, with embroidery and patches to show off team pride. The Speed Bug takes inspiration from this tradition and features chain embroidery and an embroidered felt patch on the back. It's like wearing a piece of racing history!

The chest of the jacket has a patch that was added later as a commemorative record. Only those who completed 150 miles got this patch, so it's a symbol of achievement and dedication.

The fit of the jacket is loose and slightly short, giving it a modern and stylish look. The main wool fabric has a solid texture, while the rayon satin fabric on the back adds a touch of elegance.

Overall, this speed bug jacket has a custom feel to it, with unique embroidery typeface and colorful patches. It's a jacket that leaves a lasting impression and is perfect for anyone who loves speed and style.

Material: 100% Wool body and 100% Rayon lining (reverse side)

Made in Japan