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Thanks, man. Appreciate that.
I have to give you credit for giving me the idea for the mouton collar. As you can see, it turned out great!
Superb is the word. I don’t believe the job could have turned out better. Love this jacket.
Not "new" to me but it feels new, because my vintage Lawrence cross-zip just returned from Johnson Leathers.
JL created a replacement horsehide...
Very cool coat that doubles as a historic artifact. I love the history associated with a garment like this. I imagine it will be tough to learn...
Nice photos. What kind of lens are you using and where did you purchase it?
Nice jacket. Can't see the cracking on the shoulder, can't see the interior lining, can't see the tag (is there one?), can't see the price.
Don’t question the wisdom of time.
I don’t wear $5 denim, either. But I do wear a practically brand-new Lee jacket from the 1980s (?) that cost $5 on the secondary market.
Gotcha. All I need is another rabbit hole to fall in!
Simple solution—wear khakis. See above.
I don’t mean to be a wet blanket, but I don’t get the fetishism over expensive new denim jackets. Very nice, practically brand new examples are...
I’ll take a look at this Aero model.
Capeskin is made from sheepskin. Not sure what part of the hide is used. It is light and delicate, which I think is why it's not as preferred as...