Los Angeles Rams Vintage Crewneck Sweatshirt
Please allow 4 weeks sewing time before shipping.
Description: This is quite simply the best sweatshirt you can buy: cozy French terry with felt patches.
- French terry sweatshirt
- Made in USA
- Navy blue 20oz fleece
- Team name sewn on in felt
- Team patch sewn on lower left front
- 100% Cotton Body
- 50% Cotton / 50% Poly Striped Cuffs, Neck, and Bottom trim
- V-notch design at collar
- Flatlock Stitching
- Dry Clean Only
- S = 36" chest / M = 40" chest / L = 44" chest / XL = 48" chest / 2XL = 52" chest / 3XL = 56" chest
- Item #: LARSS
History: Norm "The Dutchman" Van Brocklin. Elroy "Crazy Legs" Hirsch. Bob Waterfield. Tom Fears. All members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and all members of the 1950 Los Angeles Rams offensive juggernaut that averaged 38.8 points per game (an NFL record) enroute to the NFL Championship game.
Lou "The Toe" Groza (another Hall of Famer) kicked a game-winning field goal for the Cleveland Browns with 28 seconds remaining on the clock to put an end to the Rams dream season. The dream was realized the following year in 1951 when the Rams got sweet revenge with a 24-17 rematch victory over the Browns.
The LA Rams are currently members of the NFC Western Division and play their home games at So-Fi Stadium.