Vintage 2003 Japan Hanshin Tigers Baseball Windbreaker Jersey Shirt + CD
Designer: Hanshin Tigers
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These Hanshin Tiger vintage fan jerseys are a great retro collector's item. This particular windbreaker jersey is not sold in stores, and is about 20 years old!
The Hanshin Tigers, second of the oldest professional clubs in Japan, were made on December 10, 1935, with the team being formed in 1936. The team was first called "the Ōsaka Tigers".
In 1940, amid anti-foreign sentiment, the Tigers changed the name to "Hanshin" and in 1947 changed the name back to "Ōsaka Tigers." The current team name was assumed in 1961.
Tigers fans are known as the "Raiders" of Japanese professional baseball. They often outnumber the home team fans at Tigers "away" games. Tigers fans once had a reputation for rough behavior and a willingness to brawl with other fans or with each other, although fights are rare these days.
Size: Japanese Free (USA XL)
Condition: Retro New
General sizes in Japan tend to run smaller than the US sizing. Vintage Japanese apparel runs smaller than current Japanese sizing. We recommend using our measurements on each product to be sure you are choosing the size that fits you the best.
Size Chart Conversion:
|JP S||US XS|
|JP M||US S|
|JP L||US M|
|JP 2L||US L|
|JP 3L||US XL|
|JP 4L||US XXL|
We stock almost everything on our site. We currently stock items in the USA and Japan.
Reasons for pre-order:
Inventory is in stock, located in Japan, and is being prepared to be shipped to the United States.
Some items in Japan have not been released yet, but we have access to stock the item when available.