Hartford Chiefs 1949 Home Jersey

3 reviews

$215.00

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Vintage White
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Made-to-Order. Ships in 4-6 weeks.

History: Bill Reed led the Eastern League in hitting with a .338 average, but Hartford just missed the playoffs as the Albany Senators ran away with the pennant, topping Scranton by 14 games.

Product Details:

  • Made in the USA
  • Eastern League
  • Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1949 by the Hartford Chiefs
  • Patch on sleeve
  • Felt Lettering
  • Felt #5 on the back
  • Item #: HAR49H
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JC
09/13/2019
John C.
United States United States
Hail to the Chiefs

Looks superb.Feels nice and warm when I watch TV as the cold fall nights begin. The graphics with the Tomahawk, Chiefs script and Indian head really stand out. Now if EFF could make a Charlestown Chiefs hockey jersey it would make a nice bookend.

A
09/03/2019
Anonymous
United States United States
Chiefs Home Jersey

Fantastic workmanship, authentic, beautiful Chiefs home jersey!

J
08/09/2019
Johnnyzazz
Nice Hartford Chiefs Jersey

Quality workmanship. Fits pretty good, a little tighter in upper body. I may have to go up a size to a large for the next one. No criticism of EFF. Just I forgot from my long ago days of wearing Flannels in Little League uniforms that they are stiffer and snugger, being of heavier material than modern polyesters. But the plus side is that living in the Northeast it will make for a warmer jersey to wear in fall and winter. But the graphics are nice and "pop" better with the felt materials. This jersey is more old-school correct than another site that just recently made me a 1948 Boston Braves jersey- with a less realistic imitation flannel material. The only minus star is on the time element. Although 5 weeks wasn't to bad. I just wonder why the actual storefront inventory isn't tied to this online site. Someone could order something off the rack quicker say for Christmas, or birthdays. I suspect that it's just too labor intensive and would clean out their storefront quickly if they had an online ordering link.