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60’s Kurland « aviator’s jacket » in Gluv’Tanned seal brown veal.
Scovill Zipper, brass buckle, D pocket.
My favorite these days.
50’s Perdecto by Schott, maybe the first double rider made under their own brand ( before, they were under Beck’s licence)
Great jacket, great fit! Well done my friend !
I’m so chocked and sad to learn about Gail. She was an helpful and precious asset for all schott’s enthusiasts.
Schott's Camino grizzly
I'm also in the middle of weight loss fight, inspired by you all. Thanks guys
P2P 47cm??? very strange
great thread! refresh!
50's Californian CHP...
HI all, i first saw this jacket in an early issue of Clutch magazine "look good in Leather" session.
I immediately fell for this jacket!
I like very much my Himel Heron in Harris tweed and Shinki HH
For everyday countryside wear
Thank you Sir
A closer look on the aging of my Himel’s Chevalier jacket, after 3 years of use. The grain has started to pop up, and a nice patina begins to show...
Two tone jackets are not everyones's taste, and I fully undestand the hesitation.... and what about the star-on-sleeve version!!!
I have the version without the stars and trademark at the back.
It's a great jacket made in Japan By Sugar Cane, in a nice mid weight HH.
I have the exact same (I think) in a better condition, a size 42/44
This liner also is AWESOME! Congratulations, the all jacket screams work of art!
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