Kristin Juszczyk makes unreal Caitlin Clark-inspired March Madness Final Four jacket

Kristin Juszczyk is only up to more good.

The fashion designer wife of 49ers fullback Kyle Juszczyk changed the ways of game day attire, especially for women during the past NFL season, with iconic puffers made for Taylor Swift and Simone Biles.

This time, the custom-made clothing was inspired by the record-setting Caitlin Clark before her Final Four win against UConn on Friday in Cleveland.

She took inspiration from Nike’s gear that celebrated Clark earning the all-time college basketball points record.

Juszczyk created a white puffer jacket detailed with a snapshot of Clark taking a jump shot with Nike’s words “This was never a long shot” sitting on both sides of the front.

On the back, the jacket reads: “Final Four” with plenty of gold to touch up the sporty jacket.

Kristin Juszczyk shows off her newly made custom jacket of Caitlin Clark ahead of the NCAA Women’s Final Four on Friday. Instagram @kristinjuszczuk
The back of Kristin Juszczyk’s custom made Caitlin Clark jacket. Instagram @kristinjuszczuk

“Witnessing history The time is she! Let’s go @caitlinclark22 !!! Let’s go @iowawbb !!! Let’s go @clairekittle !!!” she wrote in her Instagram caption.

In the Instagram video, her husband also appears, wearing his wife’s previously made in collaboration with State Farm.

The San Francisco star also wore it when Clark became the NCAA’s all-time scoring leader against Ohio State in March.

The vest has the words “NCAA Women’s Leading Scorer” and “All-Time Iowa Leader In: Points, Assists, 3PM FGM” along with the State Farm and Big Ten logos.

Juszczyk found inspiration in designing after growing tired of “wearing the same old T-shirt and the same jersey to every game” in her husband’s fifth year in the NFL in 2017.

What just started by studying YouTube videos to create sweatpants has turned into a sought-after, highly valued brand beloved by sports fans.

“I started with sweatpants because that’s kind of the easiest thing to make, very beginner-friendly. And then it all kind of just transpired from there,” she said in a January interview with The Post.

Kristin Juszczyk smiles in new Caitlin Clark jacket. Instagram @kristinjuszczuk
The Juszczyks donned the look inspired by Caitlin Clark. kristinjuszczy/Instagram

Prior to the Super Bowl, she was granted a license to use NFL marks in more recreated jersey looks for men and women, also known as “KJ creations” that can include as jackets, corset tops, boots, and more.

Maybe Juszczyk will have something else up her sleeve for the NCAA Women’s championship game on Sunday between Iowa and South Carolina.


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