Aero Indian Ranger Jacket - 44

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  1. AeroFan_07

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    Catch & Release on this amazing - new condition Vicenza FQHH Aero Indian Ranger jacket. This is a very accurate reproduction of the famed 1947 Indian Ranger jacket, complete details & history on the jacket can be found here: https://www.aeroleatherclothing.com/product-detail.php?id=63

    This is such an interesting jacket in it's details. Note the brass Talon & Waldes zippers, the hidden throat latch, and the fact that only the lower two lapels have snap-down backings like the original. Also has the Rob Roy wool liner with a small leather inner kidney panel. Would have loved to keep this but I am just not comfortable with the fit in the front. Already have Thurson Brothers queued up for a similar one to be ordered! Cannot go wrong with this pattern - No smoking / Pet free home. No odors, stains, scars, rips or tears at all.

    Asking what I paid for it: $700 Shipped in CONUS (International shipping at actual cost.) Pay Pal F&F only.

    It's a tag size 44. Fit details:
    Pit to Pit - 24"
    Torso - 21" (straight down what would be a normal zipper front)
    Shoulders - 19.5"
    Sleeve Straight - 25"
    Back Length - 24.75"
    Waist - 21.25"
    Apx Weight - 5.5 lbs

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    Last edited: Sep 26, 2020
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  2. AeroFan_07

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    More photos & some dimensions as well - note the Taper in this jacket from Pit to Pit to Waist:

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    Either Aero upped their stitching game or I'm forgetting things or maybe it's easier to work with Vic but it is crazy how absolutely perfectly and beautifully the stitching on this jacket is. It's on the level or surpassing anything I've seen.
     
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  4. JCSD

    JCSD One of the Regulars

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    Had an Aero Indian Ranger and can attest to how awesome it is in person. So unique.
     
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    What size is the main zip? Thanks.
     
  7. ralanis2

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    ahhh i wish this was a 38! i need one
     
  8. AeroFan_07

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    JMax - it's a small Talon - I think it's a #5 but the pull is a bit different. This is one thing I really wish Aero would allow - at least a #8 brass. Here's a couple closer-up shots of it with a AAA battery placed for scale

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    Thanks AF. I agree about the 5s. Beautiful jacket.
     
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  10. AeroFan_07

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    Bump
     
    Last edited: Sep 28, 2020
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  11. AeroFan_07

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    Sold - shipping out today.
    Interestingly the shipping weight came to 6.90 lbs. about .75 lbs of that is the box and shipping materials, so this is a Vicenza jacket that came to right about 6.0 lbs. Nice stuff!
     
    Last edited: Sep 28, 2020

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