We’ve got good news and bad news.
The good news is that the satin bomber jacket that Kate Upton wore to the American League Championship Series finale is being restocked. The bad news is that the jacket has already sold out.
The supermodel really stole the show on Oct. 23 at Game 4 of the Astros-Yankees series at Yankee Stadium. Upton and her outfit trended all over Twitter, with fans furiously searching for a link to cop their own.
Upton, whose husband is Houston pitcher Justin Verlander, quickly shared the name of the retailer of the jacket on her Instagram. Her version was, of course, custom-made with “Verlander” and his No. 35 emblazoned on the back. The Astros swept the Yankees on Sunday night to clinch their spot in the World Series.
According to click2Houston.com, clothing company Mitchell & Ness put in a rush order to have 1,000 jackets manufactured and available by Jan. 1. The satin bomber jackets will be sold at the Astros team store in Minute Maid Park, in select local boutiques and online at mitchellandness.com. However, they have already sold out.
Fingers crossed, Mitchell & Ness will put in an order to manufacture more soon.
Verlander, Upton and their 3-year-old daughter Genevieve made an adorable family appearance earlier this year at the 2022 MLB All-Star Game red carpet.