Brooklyn Royal Giants Vintage Inspired Varsity Jacket
Description: These Vintage Inspired varsity jackets provide the same Ebbets Field Flannels quality that you know and love with a streetwear sensibility. Expertly crafted from superior quality materials, taking some of our favorite teams and reimagining them as a key piece of your everyday uniform.
- Navy blue wool blend body
- Gray faux leather sleeves
- Chenille and felt appliqué patches
- 2x2 ribbed knit collar and cuffs
- Black quilted lining
- Snap closures
League: Eastern Colored League
History: Although Rube Foster's Negro National League in 1920 is generally considered the first organized Black league, an earlier attempt was made with the oddly-named National Association of Colored Baseball Clubs of the United States and Cuba, of which the Royal Giants were a charter member in 1907. The Royal Giants won the title of the four-team league in 1908 and 1909. After the league folded in 1910, the team (named after Brooklyn's Royal Cafe) reverted to an independent schedule before joining the Eastern Colored League in 1923. Home games were played at Dexter Park, home field of the Brooklyn Bushwicks.