Some sports teams live on forever, and some disappear so quickly that no one even remembers they existed, like...well...see? Celebrate the the San Franciscan team time forgot, with Mission Reds Gear
From Seattle-based Ebbets Field Flannels, this line of authentically reproduced throwback duds immortalizes one of the two minor league baseball teams to actually play in SF proper (their SOMA stadium has since been replaced by a Safeway): The Mission Reds, who enjoyed a sporting 11-year run (1926-1937) which, considering their quick demise, was probably a run total they never even got near. Vintage flannel jerseys for the Pacific Coast League's finest are all exact reproductions made from authentic wool and stitched with red lettering and trim, and include classically sweet 1927 and '37 road unis (the latter's pin striped), and a '30 home joint that's actually more a short-sleeved button-up than jersey, all with short, upturned "sun collars" to prevent burnage, as there're already more than enough rednecks in baseball. Non-jersey fan-berdashery includes a timeless grounds crew jacket with "Mission" tagged on the back and a felt chest emblem 'M' on the front left breast, and an old-school, "M" logo'd ballcap from '37 made with navy wool broadcloth and a buckram crown crafted from real goat hair, though not real goatee hair -- Kevin Youkilis is just one man
All of the jerseys are made-to-order in the good ol' USA, and come in sizes from small to the bizarre "XXXXXL", though anyone unhealthy enough to fit into one's definitely not going to live on forever.