Riverdale Pep Comic Archie Andrews Varsity Jacket
- Material: Wool Blend or Leather Sleeves
- Inner: Viscose Lining
- Closure: Front Zipper Closure
- Collar: Rib-Knitted Collar
- Cuffs: Rib-knit Cuffs
- Color: Brown
Riverdale Pep Comic Brown Letterman Archie Andrews Varsity Jacket
Aforementioned, Riverdale Archie Andrews Varsity Jacket is an imitation of the jacket that Archie wore in Riverdale. In the series, Archie Andrews is one of the students of Riverdale High. He is the son of Mary and Fred Andrews. Archie is also the best friend of Betty Cooper and Jughead Jones. During the events of the death of Jason Blossom, Archie secretly begins a relationship with Ms. Grundy. Archie then also clashes with Reggie Mantle on various occasions. When Jughead learns about Archie’s relationship, he warns Archie. Further, when Fred Andrews learns about Archie’s relationship, Ms. Grundy leaves. During the football trial, Archie becomes the captain of Riverdale Bulldogs. A few times later, he then starts a relationship with Veronica. He then also accompanies Betty in finding the murderer of Jason Blossom. When the Black Hood shoots Fred Andrews, Archie gets depressed due to which he also starts a watch group named Red Circle. While looking for Black Hood, Archie then also gets into conflict with Southside Serpents. He then also joins Hiram Lodge as his assistance. When Fred Andrews joins the elections, Archie opposes him by supporting Hermione. Further, he then also ends Jughead’s strike. Later, Archie then helps the gang in catching Black Mask. In the end, when he refuses to work for Hiram, Hiram accuses Archie due to which he gets arrested. KJ Apa portrayed the character of Archie.
The indicated Riverdale Pep Comic Archie Andrews Varsity Jacket is an augmentation of the best- quality wool blend consisting of an inner stitched viscose lining to keep you comfortable. Its aspects accommodate a rib-knitted collar, leather sleeves, rib-knitted cuffs, rib-knitted hemline, a logo at the chest, logo at the sleeve, and front button conclusion.