Jackie Robinson #42 Vintage "Black"
You may know Jack Roosevelt Robinson ("Jackie") as the player who broke the color line in the MLB on April 15th 1947. A Rookie of the Year, a 6 time all-star, the NL MVP and a World Series Champ but his importance spreads far beyond that. Jackie carried the weight of desegregation of professional athletics on his shoulders when he crossed the color line. His failure would have definitely curtailed the careers of Willie Mays and Henry Aaron and Jim Brown and Bill Russell. His success as the first African American in a team sport paved the way for all those who came after him in every league. Jackie's success wasn't limited to the field either, he was also the first black television analyst in the MLB, the first black VP of of a major American corporation, one of the establishers of an African American owned bank in the 60s.
Our handmade truly “Vintage Crew Tee” features a relaxed fit, ribbing at the neck, vertical stitching at the sleeve, a standard hem and is finished in a vintage wash for improved hand-feel and color.
100% cotton fabric
Hand-Designed & Made.
How it’s made?
Our fabric is h washed with stones for 5 days then cut and sewn & Sun dried in lavender for 2 days before being washed And dried again.
Truly experience the creation of Ferris, find out why your favorite celebrities & athletes can’t stop wearing his creations.
Please allow 7 to 10 business days for the production of this piece.
Dry clean only.
Proceeds are being donated to various non-profit organization in Atlanta