Aero Natural CXL HH J-106/KotR/Indian Mix Biker Jacket

Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by Feliksas, Jun 4, 2019.

  1. Superfluous

    Superfluous My Mail is Forwarded Here

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  2. Excellent fit..but can't believe you are leaning up against rough bark on a tree..then an abrasive stone wall. I don't baby my leather jackets but no way would I chance a scuff for a pose.
     
  3. patrick_b

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    Can't add much more than what's already been posted. It looks amazing.

    Enviable hair as well :).
     
  4. Bennarion

    Bennarion Practically Family

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    It could not be better. This is amazing.
     
  5. Benny Holiday

    Benny Holiday My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Yeah and if the man's taste in jackets isn't enough, he's sporting William Lennon shoes as well! I LOVE my Lennons!
     
  6. jeo

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    Great fit! This jacket is going to look absolutely amazing as it ages. Congrats on truly unique piece!


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  7. torfjord

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    I see this as an absolute win! That jacket kills!
     
  8. Rich22

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    Looks fantastic! Pleased to see it fits you well, in addition to being a very cool jacket.

    Any pics of the fit from the back and side? I’m curious as the back is my favourite part of the design. Cheers
     
  9. Feliksas

    Feliksas Familiar Face

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    I think I wrote in another thread--I don't have much stuff, so I don't mind paying a lot and "using it up." I don't have a motorcycle anymore, but when I did, I worked on it with my jacket; I plan to go camping, hiking, etc in this one, and lay it on the grass for my old lady to sit on, and what have you. Certainly it will break in faster that way ;)
     
  10. Feliksas

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    Here are some pictures of the back. Obviously, when unzipped, it's a wide back--when zipped, it's a lovely lovely narrow back, but very "masculine," i.e., it creates that broad shouldered, "V" upper body look.

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  11. Edward

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    Very nice jacket indeed. Looks a little longer than the likes of a Perfecto, but the proportions aren't 'off' in any way. Great fit.
     
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  12. Feliksas

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    Could be a tad shorter, but I like to go with the baseline build first, a straight 38, and then I can modify for future builds--and if the regular build works, even better. Had it really been off, I would have tried to sell it here and had another one built.

    Finally--I wear my trousers high, as trousers were supposed to be worn; I reckon if I wore them at the hips instead, as many do, the jacket would look properly short (which it is, I think).
     
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  13. Edward

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    Defibnitely nothing wrong with the length here to my eye. I totally agree with you on how "trousers should be worn" - I find trousers the single hardest thing to find in my wardrobe because all high stret waistvbands seem so low these days.
     
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  14. Edward

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    Defibnitely nothing wrong with the length here to my eye. I totally agree with you on how "trousers should be worn" - I find trousers the single hardest thing to find in my wardrobe because all high stret waistvbands seem so low these days.
     
  15. jonbuilder

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    That why I wear leather jackets I don't worry about tree bark wet dogs ran bug guts brush and such
     
  16. Boyo

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    WOW.. that really does look great!... the jacket, the fit and the photos are why I check the FL out everyday.. well Done.
     
  17. Guppy

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    Not to steal any thunder, but I thought you might like to see how the natural CXL ages, by way of looking at my Schott x Context CX113, made from natural CXLFQHH.

    Photo taken minutes ago. It's darkened up a lot since new, as you can see. [​IMG]
     
  18. ton312

    ton312 I'll Lock Up

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    I always wanted one of these. Just couldn’t get past the fixed belt. One of Schott all time best though. No doubt about it.
     
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  19. navetsea

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    congratz, and I can already see some character developing on the back, and sleeve
     
  20. Feliksas

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    Amazing - the Schott x Context CX113 was, in fact, what lead me to this purchase! So it's cool to "look into the future" and see how my leather might age. Thanks!
     

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