New York Giants 1967 Durene Football Jersey
Description: Authentic reproduction of the original 1967 New York Giants Jersey worn by Fran Tarkenton. This jersey is as authentic as they come!
This jersey also available in #45 Homer Jones, #43 Spider Lockhart, and #85 Del Shofner. If you would like to order one of these other players specify in the comments section at checkout.
- Made in one of the original US factories
- Genuine 1950s-1960s "Durene" fabric
- Nylon outer and cotton inner layer
- Doubled elbows
- Blue & red arm stripes
- Hand sewn twill "10" on front, back & sleeves
- Item #: NYG67FJ
History: Fran Tarkenton was one of the most prolific passers in NFL history amassing just over 47,000 passing yards in his 18 year career. During that span he threw for over 3,000 yards just twice; His first season as a New York Giant in 1967, and his final year with the Vikings in 1978. Of course he irritated defenses into despair with his scrambling prowess as well, rushing for 3,674 yards, 6th all-time for QB's. Tarkenton is both a member of the College and Pro Football Halls of Fame.
This jersey is an officially licensed product of the Football Greats Alliance. A portion of all proceeds benefit the Greater Good Fund, whose purpose is to improve the health and wellness of retired NFL Players. To learn more, visit www.footballgreatsalliance.com
Please note: Due to licensing, this product cannot be customized.
|Approx. Ht.||5'0" - 5'6"||5'4" - 6'0"||5'8" - 6'2"||5'9" - 6'2"||5'9" - 6'2"|
I have had my jersey for about 10 days now. The more I wear it, the more I like it. It matches photos to 1967 perfectly. The material is soft and sturdy and the stitching is top quality. The jersey, a size XL, has ended up fitting me perfectly. The measurements are towards the low end of the size chart, but luckily it fits. I have wanted this style Giants jersey for many years and am thrilled that Ebbets has decided to make it. I could not be more thrilled with my purchase. I worn it almost every day since it arrived, thinking back to Fran Tarkenton and the Giants of my early childhood.