POLITACTICAL



Affix the STAMP Men's Letterman Jacket

Regular price $59.00

The Pennsylvania Journal ran this satirical ad on October 24, 1765, to protest the passage of the Stamp Act. The skull and crossbones symbolized the death of the free press resulting from the passage of the act.

“No taxation without representation!” In 1765, the passage of the Stamp Acts unexpectedly unified American colonists in protest against a tax. The Act threatened American liberty, freedom of the press and incited rebellion and mob attacks throughout the colonies. One of the loudest voices to oppose the Stamp Act was Patrick Henry, who would submit a series of resolves and ultimately set the colonies on a steady path towards revolution!

Treat yourself, friends, and teammates to one of the most fashionable testaments of hard work and determination—get a set of matching Letterman Jackets! The jacket has a gently contoured silhouette, warm fleece lining, and eye-catching striped twill-taped neck, cuffs, and hem.

• 65% ring-spun combed cotton, 35% polyester fleece
• Regular fit
• Fleece lining
• Twill-taped neck
• 2x2 rib-knit collar, cuffs, and hem
• Front closure with gray snap buttons
• 2 matching fabric front slash pockets

Size guide

  S M L XL 2XL
Chest (inches) 22 23 ½ 25 26 ½ 28
Sleeve Length from Center Back (inches) 35 35 ¾ 36 ½ 37 ¼ 38
Body Length at Back (inches) 27 28 29 30 31