NWT Nike Burgundy Black Wool Leather Destroyer Varsity Jacket Vest Women XL 426818The Nike Destroyer Jacket: An icon, perfectedUltra-durable and incredibly sleek, the Nike Destroyer Women’s Jacket pays tribute to a rich sports legacy with classic collegiate lines, insulating fabric and premium design details that make a statement.BenefitsPre-softened leather sleeves for premium letterman styleBonded zip pocket at left chest for small-item storageSnap-placket at front for extra protection from the elementsThermore® fill for lightweight warmthWater-repellant body with sphere technology to help keep you dryCOMFORTThe double-layered water-repellent body of the Nike Destroyer Jacket is designed to keep the rain out and seal in the heat, with Thermore fill for warmth without added bulk. The durable high-grade nylon lining stays dry, and the ribbed mock-neck, cuffs and hem create a comfortable fit that holds its shape.Size is Women's XL and measures (laying flat):28" / 71 cm from top of shoulder to bottom hem27" / 68,5 cm from end of sleeve cuff to top seam23" / 58,5 cm across chest at armpitsADDITIONAL DETAILS Leather Trimmed Side Slip Hand Pockets Vertical Zip Chest pocket Inside Leather Trimmed Slip Pocket Fabric: Body: 65% wool /35% polyester. Knit Rib Collar, Sleeve Cuffs and Waistband: 100% acrylic. Lining: 100% nylon. Sleeves and trim: 100% Cow leather. Fill: 100% polyester. Hand wash Imported Color: Burgundy (678) Retail $450 UPC 886059727262ORIGINSBack in 2006, Nike designers began a mission to re-craft iconic sports apparel in the most technical materials they could find. The ubiquitous American varsity jacket was an obvious choice for the experiment that would become Nike Sportswear. Raiding the All Conditions Gear (ACG) innovation cache, they found fabric, laminates, and bonding methods that could brave nasty weather but still look fresh.The first Nike letterman's jacket was for an imaginary team called the Dunk High Destroyers, and limited numbers were produced. The next version got even more technical, but the Destroyer name stuck.