The most exciting part of tonight’s Duke-UNC game took place outside the court.
One of the most raised college basketball games in the season between Duke and the University of North Carolina turned into a dud eight seconds when top spectra Zion Williamson turned out to be too powerful for shoes made for mortals. Although the game had been a child burner, the most exciting news from the matchup could still come from the side where former President Barack Obama sat in a bomber jacket embroidered with the number 44 reference to himself, 44th President .
The bomber jacket was made and embroidered by Rag & Bone, the brand was confirmed to GQ in an email. You can find a similar one for $ 319 here, and your local embroiderer should be able to add numbers to the sleeve. A warning sign: getting a 44 embroidered on the sleeve probably doesn’t have the same effect on anyone else.
Although the bomber jacket is not exactly the most advanced style, 57-year-old former presidents should be graded on a curve. The world of presidential fashion does not often awaken from black and navy traits, although the tan worn by Obama caused a ruckus. So seeing 44 in a slimmed-down bomber jacket from a cool New York-based brand feels fair to appear. (Especially when he is fought against the current president, who uses bands to hold his ties together.)
After finishing the oval office, Obama has evolved beyond the constant and stodgy way typical of presidents. There have been hits (leather jackets over Chambray shirts) and lacking (dad jeans, Allbirds he wore in the night jacket), but tonight Obama found that the best way to bend is to wear a jacket that literally no one else on the planet can.
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