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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by Cogerrunt, Oct 19, 2019.
Welcome @Cogerrunt. Nice hide on your Bill Kelso.
Terry, yours is looking amazing.
I like the lighter colored jacket. Mine is long gone. It was stiff as a starched shirt.
Now that Kelso has character...
It's an American Classics badged one.
I assume that American Classics delt directly with BK and were perhaps able to order a range of jackets to their own spec..within reason.
Badalassi tannery offers lots of very colourful, very sharp choices for handbags and accessories. I think the reason why some makers like the Few started using the leather for jackets is because they are readily available veg-tanned leather and that despite being veg tanned, the dye (or treatment in the dying process) applied being completely through seem to offer better resistance to water etc than many other veg tanned leather I have seen.
From the photo, seems the Minerva Box is used on most badalassi jacket.
Thanks for the further information Blackadder. The leather does feel like touching a leather sofa.
My badalassi and the Attractions boots I bought to match it.
That's beautiful colour. I love badalassi leather.
Those boots are insanely cool.
Thanks. One of a kind test sample. Simply couldn't help it. I just bought two pairs of RM Buco Engineer boots and I saw these so I ended up carrying three pairs of engineer boots back to the hotel.
Jacket looks great. Who made that beauty?
The Few (aka Real McCoys New Zealand).
I remember that jacket, You got it about 2 - 3 years ago, didn't you?
the boots are cowhide?
Nope. Got it last Autumn when it popped up on Yahoo Auction JP. Been searching for one for 2-3 years though.
Boots are horsehide Attractions test samples.