University of California, Berkeley 1934 Authentic Football Jersey
Description: Authentic reproduction of the original 1934 University of California, Berkeley Football Jersey. Knitted in our Seattle workshop. This jersey is as authentic as they come!
- Knitted in our Seattle workshop
- Made from 16-gauge worsted wool
- Doubled elbows
- Hand sewn wool felt #29 on front and back
- Item #: CAL34FJ
League: Collegiate Football
History: The CAL Bears rolled to a record of 9-1 in 1935 under first year coach Stub Allison and two years later the "Thunder Team" went undefeated under Stub, outscoring their opponents 214 - 33 in the process with seven shutouts. They went on to defeat Alabama 13-0 in the Rose Bowl to claim their 5th National Championship. Today, the California Golden Bears football team plays in the Northern Division of the PAC-12 Conference and play their games at California Memorial Stadium in Berkeley, California. Oski Wow-Wow! Whiskey Wee-Wee! Olee! Muckie-eye! Olee! Berkeley-eye! California! Wow!
Please note: Within the wool yarns, there may be some slight color variations. This is an inherent trait of the authentic wool we use. This should not be considered a flaw, but like the original garment, merely part of its charm.
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Great Jersey but.....
Great Jersey, excellent workmanship and attention to detail. Unlike the Jersey the delivery was not great.... I experienced a delay (several months) with no communication initiated by Ebbets Field. That said, when I called to check the delivery status the representatives were polite and seemed concern. Despite the delay when the beautiful jersey arrived all was forgiven. My 5 star rating is based on the product not the service. John in Napa
1934 CAL Football Jersey
Jersey is replicated very nicely although it seems rather "light weight." I'd be quite surprised if it were to last through a collegiate football game.
EFF knocked this one out of the park!
Beautiful jersey, my son loved it and so do I. Have been a big fan of EFF for a long time, still have my first catalog with my name and address hand printed on it. Mike Humphries