L.L. Bean "Flying Tiger" in goatskin for the visit to The Royal Academy of Sciences and Arts of Barcelona. Here, Albert Einstein held a series of conferences about the theory of relativity in 1923. Shorty later, he accepted to be a member of this academy.
Wow @Marc mndt Durable jackets are like trophies. Curious story in three ways: 1) the incognito of this jacket to be found, 2) its actual size, so the significance of considering many sellers don't know how to measure and 3) the brotherhood in TFL @jeo
^ These Langlitz pants arrived!
I've been after a pair of Langlitz pants for a while, but I didn't want to spend a bundle on them either, so I waited patiently until I finally found what I was looking for. They're the Westerns model, with 10" leg zippers: Scovill on the legs and 4 pockets...
Very interesting! Thank you for the knowledge @Marc mndt @JMax @photo2u
Recently, I saw a Garment Branded's "The beast" here in Barcelona. Too bad it was too large for me, otherwise I'd have taken it with me.
*I was looking for the proper thread to post it, so I think this is the right one*
A week ago I bought these pants made by Langlitz. On their way to me. -There are a lot of green oxidation on the zipper and snaps.
Awesome, thank you @jeo! Valuable info here. These are beautiful jackets!
Mine is a size 36 too. I didn't find the leather care tag in any place of the jacket, only the size tag inside the coin pocket.
No vinyl in the gussets, just the same leather as the rest of the sleeve, on whose zippers can...
Yes, in the coin pocket!
Thank you, Marc! You are very kind:) In fact, I was looking for the proper label for this jacket, but I got lost 'cause I realized there were three types that could fit on it judging by the period: the one with the bull and "by Schott Bross"; the cactus & bull label...
I found this vintage dark brown Schott 613 here in Europe, as someone who finds a 4-leaf clover. Too bad the label was removed, but for the right eyes, there is no doubt. Made in top heavyweight leather, I'd say horsehide.
Adding to the thread, this Lesco that I bought before the summer. Their...