Celebrities jackets

Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by ProteinNerd, Apr 6, 2019.

  1. navetsea

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    if he posted that pic here, we would have said in unison "it is at least 2 sizes too big".
     
  2. Edward

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    I do like that Wrangler. So much less fussy than a Type 3. Is tat the one from the Western / Cowboy collection?

    A lot of people seem to use 'em for free wifi, or (at airports) a place to sit. Which iswhy I rarely buy anything from them as much as the price - impossible to find aseat. In any case, I don't like coffee, and their tea really is expensive. Much prefer a McDonalds if I just want a tea....

    If that's not a Lewis SuperMonza, it's a damn close copy.

    Ha, true. That's how they were worn back in the eighties, though.
     
  3. Mich486

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    It’s just everywhere you turn your head... but I agree their coffee is a terrible thing although if you grow up drinking it it might even seem fine I guess.


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  4. Doctor Damage

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    Recent (2018) photos of Travolta with his family on vacation in Europe. Not in costume for a film role.

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  5. Edward

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    I wonder what Travolta's jacket is? It doesn't look so bad on him.
     
  6. Monitor

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    It's some Zara or something like that... Not sure if it's even leather. That pocket config is hilariously bad.

    Man, everyone's wearing that fake looking modern stuff nowadays.
     
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  7. Edward

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    Probably something in the fashion realm, likely lambskin then. I've seen much worse, though. The handwarmer pockets look quite big, which might be practical. Hard to tell their angle (on my Schott 618, they're positioned too far back to get my paws into when I'm wearing the jacket, when renders them purely decorative.
     
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  9. Seb Lucas

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    Hmm - I can't tell the difference between what T is wearing and a genuine bike jacket TMH. But I imagine a genuine one would look pretty dreadful on him too - with no wear on it and at his age. The wig doesn't help either.
     
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  10. Fonzie

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    It’s a very convincing wig though IMO. Well worth the premium price he must have paid for it.

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  11. Bern1

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    Wig?
    No wonder I didn’t recognize him then!
     
  12. ton312

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    I was going to say...to Hell with the jacket, hook a brother up with that “hair” system. LOL. But seriously. Please. It looks better than the low pile pelt he had glued to his dome a few years back.
     
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  13. Downunder G Man

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    Mr T looks allrighty to me ! Remembering he does actually ride a Harley, although I do believe the jackets they wore in Wild Hogs were straight out the Harley Motorclothes catalogue. ( Aussie spelling haha..)

    Please correct me if I'm wrong on that. I took my Harley and 2 mates with theirs into a cinema hall here in Perth WA before the first showing of Wild Hogs in Western Australia. Before the main movie event we fired up the bikes and rode out from behind a curtain , me with a Cher lookalike/soundalike on the back of the bike ! ( Think the Cher battleship scene/outfit !!)
     
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  14. Edward

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    Ugh, Wild Hogs.... I don't know who should have been more insulted by that; anyone on motorcycle club culture, or anyone who paid to see the film.... ;)
     
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  15. Yes Wild Hogs was a terrible movie. Poor over acting and weak attempts at comedy. You would think that the actors chosen could pull it off better than that. Still can't believe that I sat all the way through it.
     
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  16. Downunder G Man

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    That movie was never meant to be taken seriously. I could watch it with my then 10 year old daughter.
    It was not a "biker" movie of course and was not meant to be.
    Funny it was indeed , and the bikes were cool.
    Classic "a la Easy Rider" ? Well no but it has had it's place.
    Universally panned by "movie critics" and went on to make DISNEY a fortune !!
     
  17. ton312

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    I used to teach an MSF learn to ride course for a private school here in Chicago when I had summers off...The number of wild hogs that showed up and crashed the provided Honda rebel 250 while clad in head to toe Joe Rocket, flamed up/ Skull bedazzled leather...I could never shake that image from my head and that movie looked so painfully bad I dare not set my gaze upon it.
     
  18. Bennarion

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  19. I never thought Wild Hogs was a biker movie. After seeing it, I came to the conclusion that it was just a poorly done attempt at funny. I think the public payed to see it and also bought it with high expectations from the comical seeming promotion clips. I may have laughed once or twice during the movie but 99% of the presentation was so corny and could have been done so much better.
     
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