As they braved to elements on the sidelines, Washington Redskins personnel wore these (3) garments. Includes: Joe Gibbs Game-Worn Jacket: a maroon nylon zippered garment worn during his first tenure (1981-1992) at the helm; 1980s Game-Worn Jacket: a maroon nylon zippered garment with a black marker notation of "68" on the left breast, suggesting wear by Hall of Fame guard Russ Grimm (1981-1992); Game-Worn Coach’s Sweater: a 1980s maroon wool zippered garment. All show moderate wear. More on our website.
Joe Gibbs 1981-1992 Game-Worn Jacket: a maroon nylon zippered garment with two front pockets, a team logo embroidered to the left breast and “Coach Gibbs” on the right breast in yellow appliqué. Yellow stretch ribbed knit panels line the collar and sleeve ending interiors, while the zippered collar contains a nylon hood. Within the collar, a “Forrester’s” label is accompanied by a size “L” tag and a “Made in USA” tag.
1980s Game-Worn Sidelines Jacket: a maroon nylon zippered garment with “WASHINGTON REDSKINS” and a football on the left breast in yellow appliqué, with a black marker notation of “68” within the football. This identifier, coupled with tagging style, suggests that the jacket was worn by Hall of Fame guard Russ Grimm. Maroon-white-and-yellow striped stretch ribbed knit lines the collar, waistline and sleeve endings. Within the cotton-lined collar, a “Powers” size “52” label is accompanied by a laundering instructions tag.
Washington Redskins 1980s Game-Worn Coach’s Sweater: a maroon wool zippered garment with two front pockets, a yellow horizontal stripe pattern and “REDSKINS” on the left breast in yellow lettering. Within the satin-lined collar, a “Cliff Engle” NFL logo label is accompanied by a size “XL” tag and a fabric content tag. There is a small tear along the lower left front interior lining.
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