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Please take a moment to browse through our site to learn more about our company. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you." —Ken Carrasco, Founder, Carrasco Sports Gear LLC

Our Brand

What our customers are saying…

Silvana Renteria, San Jose, CA

"Great guy ! takes time to listen how you want put on Letterman jacket."

Vanessa Payne

"Carrasco's is the place to go for varsity jackets. The quality of the jacket is top notch and everyone asks my son where he got it. For me, it's really about the service. Carrasco's took the time to listen to my son and helped him to design a jacket that he'll be creating memories in these next few years of high school. Thank you Carrasco's for not only making an impeccable jacket, but for creating a jacket that will remind him of everything that was good about high school as he transitions into adulthood!"

Yvonne L., Campbell, CA

"Customer Service at its finest! If you want custom-made sports gear, go here. I'd say don't even bother going somewhere else, but hey, shopping around will only validate what I'm saying. Track was a big part of my life growing up. It was more than just a sport. It was a place with role models, a place where I developed my identity, and a place where I learned to excel. So, after a recent reunion, I decided to get the varsity jacket that my family could not afford to give me in high school, which was a couple of decades ago. Here's the catch: my school closed down, and the style of jacket is basically no longer made. So, I looked for a firm that could custom make one: a finger-tip length coat with hood and a zipper instead of snaps. Even the online shop that had the design a year ago no longer makes those. So, I found a couple of local shops. Ken said he not only could make the jacket, but also would attach felt letters like our school used. I ordered the jacket, and came in for a fitting, to choose sizes, and so on. Several weeks later, I brought in my letter so that it could be sewn on when the jacket arrived. However, the white felt border had yellowed over the years. Ken suggested that we trim the edges and attach a new felt border. When the jacket came in, Ken sent me a photo to confirm the placement of the lettering and the block letter (our school put the letters on the back of the jacket instead of the traditional front location). The lettering, navy letters on white, used more white than ours did, so it didn't look like our original jackets. I was willing to settle for the letters, but Ken could tell that I wouldn't be completely satisfied. Even though the most time consuming part of customizing the jacket was cutting the two-color felt lettering, he offered to recut them. I suggested that rather than going to the trouble to totally recutting the letters, we first try trimming the white area. Now, I have a souvenir of all the hours I put in. If you want outstanding custom work and outstanding customer service, look no further."