With obscure teams such as the “Kelowna Buckaroos,” “Wichita Wind” and “Las Vegas Aces” among 13 different suitors throughout his lengthy professional ice hockey career, former center Mitch Wilson was among the game’s most well-traveled players. Along the way, he wore this Baltimore Skipjacks home sweater during the 1986-87 season. The white mesh pullover garment features black and gold accents and appliqué identifiers. Tailored by “Cooper,” the AHL gamer shows phenomenal wear! More on our website.
The white mesh pullover garment features the club’s nautically themed “JACKS” logo on the chest in gold-and-black appliqué, while “9” is displayed on the back and sleeves in black-on gold overlay appliqué numerals. Above the back number, “WILSON” appears on a partially detached nameplate in black appliqué. Within the black stretch ribbed knit collar, a “Cooper” label is accompanied by a size “LARGE” tag and a “CAHA Approved” tag. The original fight strap resides within the rear tail. Tremendous game use appears in the form of team repairs to both sleeves and left side seam, as well as board marks throughout and holes along the right sleeve.