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Shea Stadium jacket Beatles style revisited for men

$ 210.00

Our acclaimed version of the jacket The Beatles wore in 1965 at the Shea Stadium concert.
100% handmade.
This is our own version, and it can come in many different fabrics, colors and prints.

We make this item
BY REQUEST / MADE TO ORDER
Since you place your order, please, be patience. This is a handmade item, we make each of these jackets one by one after received the order.

Handmade with love in New York City using the best materials by Indica Boutique RockStars clothing.

Our acclaimed version of the jacket The Beatles wore in 1965 at the Shea Stadium concert.
100% handmade.

Shea Stadium jacket revisited by Indica Boutique RockStars clothing.

The jackets The Beatles wore to the Shea Stadium concert were forever renamed Shea Stadium Jackets.
The famous Shea Jacket design was based on a military jacket that Paul McCartney tried on during his stay in the Bahamas, in full swing of the movie “Help!” (in early March 1965).
They were also used by their appearance on BBC1’s “Top Of The Pops” program.

This is our own version, and it can come in many different fabrics, colors and prints.
And they even can be made to order / made to measurements! (We can do that because we made our own patterns, and we sew the clothing we sell).
It is not a reproduction, it’s the famous Indica Boutique Shea Stadium jacket!
Did you know that even a Beatle, Ringo Starr himself, has not one but several of our jackets? We make the jackets that the Ringo Starr Al Starr Band used on tours since 2013. You can see graphic material of those shows at this link

We make this item
BY REQUEST / MADE TO ORDER
Since you place your order, please, be patience. This is a handmade item, we make each of these jackets one by one after received the order.

Handmade with love in New York City using the best materials by Indica Boutique RockStars clothing.

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