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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by Superfluous, May 23, 2018.
Not my jacket.
That looks special!
Any idea who is the maker?
The brand is Blue Blue Japan
Interesting. I'm not normally a fan of this style in 'non-leather', but it really works in this particular suede - rather better, at that, that it would in a regular leather of the same colour, imo.
Not my style at all.
Not my cup of tea......
If it's real natural indigo dye (and Japan is the home of that, so it should be) it's going to bleed blue dye forever on everything it touches.
Antiseptic, but nasty.
There's no place that I itch where this would scratch. The (hide?) almost looks like microfiber... a Value City furniture couch if you will.
Looks like an 80's Wilson
In case you're wondering, this... thing costs $2,295.
Apparently, this is not one of those $20,95 jackets the eBay is full of, you know, the kind you get from one of those stores with stolen images, but instead... I don't know what it is, actually. All I know is that it costs $2,295.
If you don't believe me, which probably is the case because what, you can see for yourself...
Also apparently, this jacket is timeless. Like vintage Japanese denim (didn't know clothes from the 90's is now considered vintage).
Oh, and it's sold out. As in, someone bought it.
Oh man the fit photos make for a stronger case AGAINST this jacket. Def not my thing at all.
Prob look cool after someone else worn it for a few years and machine washed it down a few lumens.
I like it but get that people may assume I am on my way to shoot a music video. Like AbbaDatDeHat said, it would look better worn.
@Monitor, thanks for the link. Yeah, it's real natural indigo dye which means it will never stop bleeding color. Anytime you touch it, it will mark your fingers blue, anything it ever touches will get stained blue. You're going to be very unpopular.
There's a reason that everything the model is wearing is blue.
It's like my kendo gear. Ten years of wearing that six days a week, and it still leaves blue marks on me.
You could wash it (is suede ok to wash?) until all the dye has gone and it's a pale blue-gray like 80's stadium rock jeans, but who has time for this?
Unfortunately it was a size 36ish but went for quite cheap (Around 360$ I recall)
Hey, what ever happened to the www.block-bilt.com venture?
BK threw in the towel